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WANdisco Announces Free Subversion Webinars for 2013

After getting a fantastic response to our free Subversion webinars in 2012, we’re pleased to announce the first webinars of 2013.

Getting Started With Subversion

A one-hour course to kickstart newcomers to both Subversion and version control in general, covering everything you need to get up and running with this popular open source version control system.

The webinar will cover:

  • Repository basics
  • Performing commits
  • Performing checkouts
  • Simple merging
  • The working copy
  • Simple branching

Getting Started With Subversion’ will take place on January 24th, 2013 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST, so be quick to avoid missing out.

Branching Options for Development

Branching can cause confusion for many Subversion users, but once mastered it can be one of Subversion’s greatest strengths. In this one hour webinar our Subversion expert will cover the different types of branches and deep dive into their particular uses. Topics covered will include:

  • What is concurrent development?
  • What is a branch?
  • Different development models
  • What triggers a branch?
  • Communication for branching and merging

‘Branching Options for Development’ will take place on February 14th, 2013. Registration will open soon, so keep checking back for all the latest information or follow us on Twitter.

Getting Info out of Subversion

Need to build a report based on your Subversion project? This free-to-attend online training will share techniques for extracting information out of Subversion, for reporting purposes.

Topics will include:

  • Log information
  • Property information
  • Difference information
  • Using Project and User information
  • Using Hook scripts to log information

Getting Info out of Subversion’ will take place on February 28th, 2013.

Have an idea for a future webinar, or feedback on our current schedule of free Subversion training? Please don’t hesitate to leave us a comment on this blog, or Contact Us directly.