UnCon 2016 slides and code are available!

Matthew Marum —  June 29, 2016 — Leave a comment

As promised, slides and code from UnCon are now available.  Video editing is still being worked on but videos of UnCon general sessions will be posted as soon as they are available. My Suga colleagues really outdid themselves this year!

UnCon 2016 Slides

All the slides from each of the general and breakout sessions have been posted in the UnCon community.

This is a great opportunity to refresh your memory or review any of the presentations that you happened to have missed this year. There are 28 presentations to go through.

Use these presentations as an aide to help you present what you learned at UnCon to your own colleagues!

UnCon 2016 Code

All example code shown at UnCon is available in the UnCon Github repository in the 2016 branch.  All the example code in this repository is licensed under Apache 2.0 unless otherwise noted.

There are a ton of code examples to learn and try out for yourselves. We presented and shared at least 2X more code than last year!

SLOC for UnCon 2016 Branch (as of June 28th)

Language files blank comment code
PHP 69 455 747 2,806
JavaScript 25 283 377 1,709
CSS 1 294 25 1,019
XML 7 0 0 347
Handlebars 16 5 63 204
JSON 3 4 0 73
LESS 1 0 3 2
SUM: 122 1,041 1,215 6,160

We also showed open source projects that exist in other Github repositories such as Sucrose.io and Sidecar Debugger Tool.

Matthew Marum

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Matt is the Director of Developer Advocacy for SugarCRM. Previously he was an Engineer on Sugar 7 and a Solutions Architect for the OEM program. He is also an avid trail runner, Boston Marathon qualifier and a karaoke aficionado.

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