Change order of git visual with d3 link so that it comes just after the diagrams #39

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bengitscode opened this Issue Jun 15, 2017 · 6 comments

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bengitscode commented Jun 15, 2017

to ensure that the devs get some time playing with what a merge vs rebase looks like and how they their behavior is different.

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danman01 commented Sep 1, 2017

I thought the flow went pretty well, but did have to say, "this will become more clear when you get practice, later on..." a few times

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bengitscode commented Oct 18, 2017

Yeah that's exactly what I wanted to avoid, so I can't help but feel like there's something in the framing, or sequence of events that could be significantly enhanced.

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payne-chris-r commented Oct 26, 2017

Caleb tried this today, and I think it helped a lot. @caleb-pearce eh?

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caleb-pearce commented Oct 26, 2017

I'm not sure if @bengitscode code is suggesting the order I tried today, but I just moved the D3 lab to after the talk about the team project workflow. I thought it went really well, would definitely support switching the repo around. More discussion on #45

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bengitscode commented Oct 26, 2017

but did have to say, "this will become more clear when you get practice, later on..." a few times

That piece Danny said, that's a lot of what I wanted to avoid. There always seems to be a lot of "you'll get this more when you actually get more hands on with rebasing and in less abstract examples, so trust us through this fog of uncertainty"

That's awesome. I wish I had sat it on it because I bet you broke down the workflow really well for them.

caleb-pearce added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 30, 2017

Move D3 lab to after workflow discussion
We tried this on the last delivery and it really made the D3 lab more
useful and meaningful to developers. Also added a line suggesting that
they replicate the team project workflow in this simulation.

Close #45. Partially address (or maybe close?) #39.
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jordanallain commented Jan 31, 2018

seems closable to me now.

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