Kohsuke Kawaguchi, creator of Jenkins and architect at CloudBees, discusses how to use Jenkins to efficiently shift more workload from your laptops and computers to servers. By using “pre-tested commits” you can make changes safely so that your changes don’t block others, run tests asynchronously, and avoid compounding errors intrinsic to large projects with numerous developers contributing to the repository. Advances in distributed version control systems (such as Git) made it possible to test every commit separately before it hits the team’s main branch. This helps you keep the main branch more stable, and lets you get more values out of the CI server. In this session, Kohsuke look at the details of this technique, and how to make it work with your projects. It covers
Hudson moves over the plugin architecture to Oracle servers. Looks like they are ready to attract some of those enterprise users back.
Jenkins (formerly known as Hudson) is a continuous integration server that facilitates the automation in software development. In this talk, Hudson/Jenkins founder Kohsuke Kawaguchi discusses what’s new in the project, as well as various techniques to get more out of your Jenkins server, such as distributed build techniques, some key plugins, and larger scale choreography that spans across many jobs for sophisticated automation.
The first milestone as a top-level project for the continuous integration server is a big one with over 50 new features
Jenkins now offered as an integrated part of the uberSVN platform.
To help celebrate the first ever JAXconf in the US, we are offering more community events than ever before!
I do think we came out stronger, says Kohsuke Kawaguchi.
PLUS, Spring Mobile 1.0.0 M3 and SpringGemFire 1.0 Goes GA.
The Hudson project will be renamed to Jenkins, following 214 ‘yes’ votes from the community.
JBoss creator makes it clear where he stands on the Hudson/Jenkins divide.
A demo of Sonatype Professional can be requested now.
JAXenter speaks to CloudBees CEO, Sacha Labourey, on his new SaaS project.
PLUS, new compress Ant library, and Google announce a solution for overflowing inboxes.
The first chapter of the ‘Continuous Integration with Hudson‘ open source book, is now available to download. The book claims […]