Welcome to the 3 Junior Session

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Welcome to the 3
rd

Junior Session


Prepared by


Eslam Mohammed Diaa El
-
Din


Twitter : @eslam_elahlawy


idiaa@catreloaded.net

Agenda !


Agile .. ?



Scrum .. !!



Open Source Projects !!



Revision Control


GIT


Mercurial



Installing Mercurial on your system



Mercurial Commands



Example of Agile Development .. “Web2py”



MVC

Agile !!

-

are methods break tasks into small increments

with minimal planning ..

and do not directly involve long
-
term planning !!


-

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) ..



More a bout agile

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agile_software_development


Software Development Life
Cycle


Analysis ..



Design ..



Implementation ..
“code”



Testing

Agile methods


Agile Unified Process (AUP)



DSDM



Extreme Programming (XP)



Feature Driven Development (FDD)



Scrum


…..

Scrum !!


Other slides !!


It’s Name : Redistributable Intro To Scrum



More about scrum

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(development)


Open Source Projects


Before we talk about Open Source Projects , we need to
know


What is the meaning of the word

Open Source


?

About Revision Control ..


is the process of managing multiple versions of a piece
of information.



In its simplest form, this is something that many people
do by hand :
-


every time you modify a file, save it under a new name that
contains a number, each one higher than the number of the
preceding version .



Examples

:


GIT .


Mercurial .

GIT !!

I will leave it for

Mohamed
Gamal’s

Session


@ CAT Scope 11

http://catreloaded.net/scope/2010/05/mohammed
-
gamal/


Mercurial ..


is a cross
-
platform , distributed revision control tool for
software developers.



It is mainly implemented using the
Python
programming Language ..
written in C



Mercurial was initially written to run on Linux , Mac and
windows .

Why Choose Mercurial ?


It is easy to learn and use.



It is lightweight.



It scales excellently.



It is easy to customize.

Installing Mercurial on your
system


Linux

:


Debian

:


apt
-
get install mercurial



Fedora Core :


yum install mercurial



OpenSUSE :


yum install mercurial


….

Installing Mercurial on your
system ..


Solaris

:


Sun FreeWare , at
http://www.sunfreeware.com



Windows

:


Mercurial for Windows at
http://mercurial.berkwood.com


This package has no external dependencies; it “just works”.

Getting started !


To begin, we'll use the
hg version command
to find out
whether Mercurial is actually installed properly.



$
hg version


Mercurial Distributed SCM (version
-
)


Copyright (C) 2005
-
2008 Matt
Mackall

<mpm@selenic.com> and others


This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO


warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.


Mercurial Commands !!


Most known commands :



$ hg commit


On your Local Machine



$ hg pull

Take the latest code on server



$ hg merge

when there are an error with
others





$ hg push

So others can see your “working code” !

Mercurial ..

Example of Agile Development

Web2py



is an open source web application framework . Its primary goal is
to support
agile development.



Web2py is written in the
Python

language and is programmable in
Python.



Using
MVC
technology


More about Web2py

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web2py


MVC !!


M = Model



V = View



C = Controller



More about MVC

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model
-
view
-
controller


References


http://en.wikipedia.org/



hgbook
-
en



web2py_manual