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Three new talks from the Christchurch SilverStripe community

When the Christchurch SilverStripe community came together earlier this month, developers spoke about setting up an OS X local environment, getting a site in order before its SilverStripe 4 upgrade, and using Docker.

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The Christchurch SilverStripe meetup on 3 October was a chance for developers to share how they are working in SilverStripe with each other (and now with you too)!

Hayden Shaw of E2 Digital was the first to speak. He shared how he sets up an OS X local environment powered by HomeBrew’s Apache. Watch Hayden's full talk on Vimeo. 

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Next up was Skry Adamson of Christchurch City Council who sought feedback on template organisation, subsite organisation, and upgrading code in advance of the Council’s SilverStripe 4 / CWP 2 upgrade.

Watch Skry's talk on Vimeo. 

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As the last beer of the night was poured, Matt Lang from Media Suite spoke about Docker and SilverStripe. Matt's talk is available on Vimeo

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About the author
Jessica Hill

Jessica leads SilverStripe's marketing team and works closely with the sales, product, and design teams. She is very interested in customer experience (CX) and is excited to be managing an Agile marketing team after years of watching Agile development teams from the sidelines! 
 

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