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From Itch to Integration - getting changes into Moodle core

Most of you will have ideas, big or small, of new features, improvements or bug fixes you would like to see in the next version.

How does an idea go from an itch you'd like to scratch to new code integrated into a Moodle release?

Watch on for a whirlwind tour of the process.


Presented by...

Davo Smith
Senior Developer
Synergy Learning

Davo has been using Moodle and writing Moodle plugins for about 9 years. His first exposure to Moodle was at a Sixth Form college in Sheffield, teaching A-Level and BTEC IT. Most of his own plugins (Realtime Quiz, Checklist, PDF annotation) were written to support his own classroom teaching, but have gone on to be used in hundreds of institutions across the world (or even integrated into Moodle itself).

For the last 4 years Davo has worked for Moodle Partner Synergy Learning, developing custom code for many different clients.

Davo is married with two primary-age children. When not writing Moodle code, he is an active member of his local church in Sheffield, as well as helping to organise a couple of community festivals and supporting the local Green Party.


 

Submitted by:
Davo Smith
Last modified: Thursday, 19 May 2016, 5:01 AM
Email address:
davo.smith@synergy-learning.com
Presentation slides: Powerpoint presentation Pecha Kucha - From Itch to Integration.pptx
Slides visiblity:
Your educational sector: Other
Roles in which you usually use Moodle: Developer
Type of presentation: Pecha Kucha (20 slides @ 20sec per slide)
Relevant to audience from which sectors: Education
Workplace
Relevant to audience in which roles: Administrator
Developer
Decision-maker
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