‘Bring a Shiny App to production’ the hands-on workshop

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Learn how to control and automate your, collaborative and agile deployment to production.

Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) stand at the basis of a robust, maintainable and collaborative productive code. Using a shiny application deployed onto shinyapps.io as our productive software, in this 3-hours hands-on workshop we will discuss the best DevOps practices for using shiny in a professional enterprise environment.

Bring a Shiny App to production workshop

  • What 3 hours, hands-on practical workshop ‘Bring a Shiny App to production’.

  • When Wednesday December 1st, 14 – 17 CET.

  • Where Online. The workshop will take place on Google Meet. You will only need a browser to attend.

  • Who If you have basic knowledge of R and shiny and your focus is on best development practices. You will also need a GitHub account to follow through part of the workshop.

  • How Register online and before November 24th you may profit from the early-bird offer.

  • What will you get Instructions and slides will be provided prior to the workshop by email. During the workshop you will learn through a practical and hands-on approach. At the end of the workshop, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Unfortunately, no recordings will be made available.

  • Learning Path This workshop is the natural continuation of ‘Advanced Shiny Development’, and is the final chapter of the “Shiny” learning path. Register to multiple workshops or in a group to receive a discount.

Looking forward to having you in our workshop!

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