We’ve all heard about the benefits of an agile development process.
And if you think about it, the process is pretty simple.
Every time you update a software package, you need to re-write the code, and it’s that same code that you’re constantly refactoring and refactored and refactor.
And then you’ll need to test those changes and make sure everything’s working.
The Ws team is constantly on the lookout for bug fixes, new features, or even refactors.
The benefits are clear, but it’s also hard to measure and measure against the rest of the development team.
This is where Brain Development comes in.
The Brain Development Team is a group of people who have a vested interest in the success of Ws projects.
In a nutshell, Brain Development works by testing all of the changes you make, and when you’re satisfied with the results, you tell the team to move on.
If a bug has been fixed, you update your build, or if a feature is missing, you send a pull request.
If the team doesn’t like what you’ve done, they’ll remove the change.
And the whole process is automated.
That means you can be confident that everything is working the way you want it to.
Brain Development is so good at this, that it’s a bit surprising that we’re even asking you to take part.
You’ll find the entire process on GitHub.
To get started, you’ll have to register.
For those who don’t want to be a member, the site will let you know when you’ve logged in.
This will give you a heads up when you are going to be part of a Brain Development team.
And it’s not just Ws.
As part of our ongoing efforts to support the development community, we’re also looking to hire Brain Development specialists.
If you’d like to be involved in Brain Development, we’d love to hear from you.
How can you get involved?
Head over to the Brain Development website and sign up.
You will have to be an active member of the Brain development team to get involved.
You can also sign up for the mailing list to get notified about new Brain Development announcements.
If your interest is more in the open source community, you can also join our community.
We also have an active Slack channel where people can discuss topics related to Brain Development.
If that’s not your thing, the W2C Slack group also has a chat channel, where W2Cs developers can chat about topics related in the community.
Or if you prefer, you could just check out the W3C Brain Development mailing list.
And finally, if you’re interested in working on a W2c project, check out our open-source community on GitHub for a lot of great Ws content.
You might also want to check out a few other open-sourced projects.
There are plenty of great open-tools, including Jira, GitHub Pages, and GitHub API.