Lightweight Best Practices for Sakai
Speaker(s): David Haines, University of Michigan
Sakai doesn't have a strong consensus on software development best practices. Not using our existing knowledge and experience is inefficient and means we can't concentrate on developing new code. This session and the follow-up BOF will develop a consensus on a small pragmatic set of best practices for Sakai.
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