Submitted by kohsuke on Tue, 2014-09-02 14:49
My apologies for the last minute announcement, but there will be a Jenkins user meet-up in Paris on Sep 10th 7:00pm, which is just next week. The event is hosted by Zenika. You'll hear from Gregory Boissinot and Adrien Lecharpentier about plugin development, and I'll be talking about workflow.
It's been a while we do a meet-up in Paris. Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible. The event is free, but please RSVP so that we know what to expect.
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As I was alluding to earlier, I was hoping to have a meetup of Jenkins users in London for a while. I'm happy to report that the agenda is final and RSVP is open! The date is September 8th.
I'll talk about my recent chef/puppet integration work in Jenkins. Sven from Perforce will talk about how to leverage Perforce features from Jenkins, and then James Nord will talk about workflow. It will be a worthy 2 hours.
If the line up of talks will not be enough to sway you, you should also know that I will bring some Jenkins give-aways!
I'm not sure how many people to expect, but there's a cap at 80 people, so if you are thinking about coming, be sure to RSVP. Looking forward to seeing many of you there!
RebelLabs started annual Geek Choice Awards, and Jenkins was one of the 10 winners. See the page they talk about Jenkins.
My favorite part is, to quote, "Jenkins has an almost laughably dominant position in the CI server segment", and "With 70% of the CI market on lockdown and showing an increasing rate of plugin development, Jenkins is undoubtably the most popular way to go with CI servers."
If you want to read more about it and other 9 technologies that won, they have produced a beautifully formatted PDF for you to read.