Last Wednesday was a great novelty for us, our very first virtual event via Zoom, we also streamed on YouTube to make the event as accessible as possible (thanks to Michael!).
We’ve done over 50 events in four years, however the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated a big change for us.
In some regards organizing virtual events was initially harder than the physical type, for the obvious reasons that we are well versed in the latter and managing everything across a WebCam is decidedly peculiar.
Our first virtual event one worked rather well with Michael Friedrich doing an introduction to GitLab and CI/CD, and it was rather popular with 53 Zoom attendees and 10 on YouTube.
The YouTube video is here.
And Michael’s repo for the event.
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