Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison

The US Army Cyber School is a training program which trains cyber soldiers and leaders to be adept in cyber military strategy and tactics. In order to teach these skills, the cyber school uses a system they call “courseware as code”, a workflow that allows updates to the curriculum in a reversion-friendly fashion similar to infrastructure-as-code.

Ben Allison teaches at the US Army Cyber School and has put work into developing the training program and ongoing lesson plans. Ben joins the show to talk about how the US Army manages curriculum through courseware as code, and the work he has done to improve this workflow over time.

Ben is also speaking at GitLab Commit 2020, GitLab’s upcoming conference. You can register for GitLab Commit yourself by going to softwareengineeringdaily.com/gitlabcommit.

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