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Tech Briefings are free sessions on technology topics that are of general interest to the Stanford community. No Registration is required.
Tech Briefings are monthly events, held Fridays from 3:00 to 4:30 PM in Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall, Room 111). No registration is required.
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Upcoming Tech Briefings
GitLab at Stanford
If you are using a Git a revision system to manage your code - either with a vendor service or an internal Git server, or you are using other type of revision systems such as SVN, CVS, or you aren't using a revision control tool right now, it is often a challenge if you need to share code or collaborate with groups cross Stanford.
In this session, we are introducing pilot Gitlab service at Stanford, a UIT managed Git revision management service that allows you to assemble your own project team, track issues, share project code with fine-grained access control with Stanford community or with public!
This is a basic Gitlab introduction session, not a Git tutorial training. No prior git knowledge is required.
Emerging Technology, University IT
|To be rescheduled||
Join us for a walkthrough of Datadog using Stanford University's accounts to show best practices, as well as answer any question based on topics specific to Stanford's infrastructure.
|Ryan Handy - Senior Support Engineer, Datadog
Mike Connell - Manager, Customer Success Team, Datadog
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