Submitted by hinman on Wed, 2015-03-25 12:55
It's that time of the year again: 2015 Jenkins User Conference Registration is OPEN for all cities. This year, we are making some changes to JUC — JUC will be a two-day event in three out of the four cities across the globe. You will get opportunities to network with other users and developers in the community, learn more about how other people are using Jenkins and attacking broader continuous delivery problem. As always, we love to meet & talk to you to learn what you are doing with Jenkins. To get the sense of how JUC is like, take a look at our past JUC reports like this and this.
Early Bird pricing for JUC tickets is available until May 1.
The deadlines to speak at a 2015 Jenkins User Conference are fast approaching. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to share your Jenkins tips, tricks, stories, and know-how with the community! Submit your proposal by the below deadlines to have your talk considered by a panel of Jenkins experts:
Please note: The deadline to submit a speaking proposal for East Coast US (DC) and Europe (London) is SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2015. That is only FIVE days away!
2015 JUC Cities & Call for Papers Deadlines
We have some exciting news to share with you! We have finalized most of the dates and locations for the 2015 Jenkins User Conference (JUC) World Tour.
Save the date(s):
- US East (Washington DC): June 18-19
- Europe (London): June 23-24
- Israel: July 16 (ETA)
- US West (Santa Clara): September 2-3
The big news? The JUC agenda has been expanded this year to cover two days! That means you get twice as many opportunities to learn how others are using Jenkins and to network with other Jenkins users.
CALL FOR PAPERS IS OPEN FOR ALL JUC CONFERENCES
We need JUC speakers! The Call for Papers is open now and you can apply here. This is an opportunity for YOU to give back to the community by sharing your Jenkins knowledge and success. Jenkins speakers contribute significantly to the overall JUC experience.
In return for speaking, you will receive free admission to the conference and fame/fortune within the Jenkins community. OK, we can’t guarantee the latter, but we can guarantee the former! Hurry and apply now, because the Call for Papers deadline for US East and Europe expires on March 22, 2015.
As a part of the Jenkins 100K celebration, Dean Yu, Andrew Bayer, R. Tyler Croy, Chris Orr, and myself got together late Tuesday evening to go over the history of the project, how big the community was back then, how we grow, where we are now, and maybe a bit about future.
We got carried away and the recording became longer than we all planned. But it has some nice sound bites, back stage stories, and stuff even some of us didn't know about! I hope you'll enjoy it.
The MP3 file is here, or you can use your favorite podcast app and subscribe to http://jenkins-ci.org/podcast.