Submitted by rtyler on Thu, 2010-09-09 05:00
A few months ago I enjoyed running a couple interviews with folks who were using Hudson but lately I've lacked the time and coffee to get more interviews done.
I am planning on making up for it by bringing my fancy smancy tape recorder (i.e. a smartphone) and a few notepads to the upcoming JavaOne conference here in San Francisco.
If you're interested in talking to me about how you or your company uses Hudson in your quest for world domination, you will be able to find me at the Hudson hackathon on Sunday the 19th, or at JavaOne on Monday, Tuesday and maybe Wednesday.
Feel free to drop me a line at tyler[at]linux.com and we'll set something up!
Last time I talked about HudsonMobi 2.0 there were some hiccups with the QR code which made me pretty irritated. Now the leading mobile app for Hudson users has regained my trust with their lastest release for iOS 4, the latest incarnation of Apple's mobile operating systems for iPhones and iPod Touches.
Since I fall into the category of subhumans who for one reason or another choose not to own an iPhone, I can't verify the awesomeness of this new HudsonMobi release. If it is anything like the 2.0 release for Android you can expect enhancements such as:
- Tighter integration with iOS 4
- Embedded artifact viewer! For archived build artifacts that are text-based, you can view them directly on your handset.
- Access to the build history and changes for a job.
- Quick and easy access to a job's last build
If you own a device with iOS 3.0 or higher you should be able to download HudsonMobi 2.0 from the appstore, if you give it a whirl, please leave a comment to let me know how awesome it is :)
Just wanted to let everybody know that I've gone ahead and added a Calendar for all the upcoming Hudson-related events.
Hopefully we'll be able to add more and more events for the rest of the year including seminars, more meetups and potentially a few drink-ups!
Worth mentioning that I've not yet tested the iCal feed so if you have troubles with it, let me know (via the comments).
September is turning into a meetup month for the Hudson community. In parallel to the meetup in Oslo and the meetup in JavaOne, Nokia and InfraDNA are hosting a meetup in Copenhagen on September 6th, Monday. Read on for the details.