Date(s) - 30/09/2020
19:00 - 20:00
The meetup will be hosted by Nick Maris in which Evaggelos Balaskas will show us how to run GitLab Runner with the docker executor in your local machine.
19:00 EEST – Welcome by Nick Maris
19:05 EEST – Presentation by Evaggelos Balaskas
19:35 EEST – Q&A
19:55 EEST – Closing
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Our zoom Pro account is sponsored by PCCW Global (https://www.pccwglobal.com).
This meetup is supported by GitLab.
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Our actions are based on what we value so that we have a culture that helps us and really represents us:
Code of Conduct (https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/contribute/coc)
: Harassment is not tolerated and we practice saying “Yes and” to each other which is a theatre improvisation technique to build on each other’s ideas.
Low level of shame (https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values/#low-level-of-shame): We value doing small things without a lot of predicting, and without a lot of explaining in order to get feedback over hiding something in fear of receiving judgement.
Bias for Action (https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values/#bias-for-action): We value doing something now over waiting for example for 3 more events.
Respect people’s time and attention: We respect people’s time on the event through an agenda like Intro-Talks-Questions and an agreed duration. Also, we respect people’s attention and we avoid spamming people with announcements that are more noisy than informative.
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