Submitted by kohsuke on Thu, 2014-04-24 06:00
Agenda is posted for Jenkins User Conference Boston and Berlin.
For Boston, my favorite would be the workflow in Jenkins talk that will cover the new workflow job type Jesse and I are working on. As of this writing it is still very much a work in progress, but that talk is our way of putting a stake on the ground that we WILL have something we can talk about by then. There's also some talks that describes how they've put together pieces (including Jenkins) to create a broad automation, such as Distributed Scrum Development with Jenkins, Vagrant, Fabric and Selenium and Moving Existing Enterprise Systems to Continuous Integration and Deployment with Jenkins.
One of the new efforts in Jenkins this year is the acceptance test harness for Jenkins.
We will be doing the Jenkins office hours next week to go over this and sync up and coordinate between people in the community that are trying to work on this.
It'll be April 23rd 11am PT (see what this time is in your time zone) on Google Hangout at http://jenkins-ci.org/hangout. If you are intereste in hacking Jenkins or if you are a large user of Jenkins who have acceptance tests, we are looking forward to seeing you there.
For those of you who haven't looked, this test harness allows you to write blackbox tests of Jenkins and its plugins. It was originally used to test LTS releases, but over the time, it acquired a number of features, such as ...:
- Docker support for launching complex fixtures to test Jenkins with.
- Pluggability to launch Jenkins under test (JUT) in many different environments
InfoQ has been running a CI server survey for more than a month now, and here is the current result:
Jenkins has gotten more than 70% of the votes, once again proving the wide adoption among developers. If you are one of those who picked Cruise Control into the "considering" section, I'd encourage you to look around a bit more.
You can still vote from their website or leave comments if you want.
By the way, the design of two axes make no sense to me; for example, I'd order the adoption axis to "considering -> migrating to -> using now -> moving away from", and the circle seems to imply two axes are somehow interchangeable, when it should probably be just in a checkerboard to indicate those are independent axes.
Jenkins User Conference (JUC) season is upon us! It’s a busy year for the Butler – he’s hosting conferences all over and looking for sponsors to help:
- Boston – June 18
- Berlin – June 25
- Herzelia, Israel – July 16
- Bay Area (California) – October (date TBD)
Mr. Jenkins and the JUC Organizing Committee want to invite you and your company to sponsor a JUC this year. Show your support for the Jenkins community and help keep costs low for attendees*. The funds go to are put to good use: conferences are two full tracks. Lunch, light breakfast, coffee and a coveted Jenkins t-shirt are also included.