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InfoQ CI survey 2014

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 Israel - Coming June 6

Your favorite Butler will visit Israel on June 6 for the Jenkins User Conference Israel. More than 200 people have already registered to hobnob with other Jenkins users and eat like kings.

The agenda is up here. You’ll find a great list of speakers from Israel, Europe and the US to compliment a plethora of treats. There will be an ice cream break, fruits break, beer break and special chef lunch.

Continuous Information - Jenkins Newsletter vol. 4

Volume 4 of Continuous Information came out last night. It contains insights and highlights from founder Kohsuke, the latest growth stats, upcoming event info, Jenkins resources, and more.

Highlights:

  • Jenkins has nearly 20,000 more active installations than it had last June, up from 43,500 to more than 61,000
  • Nearly 100 plugins have been added since late last Fall when we did the last Jenkins survey. Now there are more than 730 plugins
  • Bay Area JUC (Oct 23), JUC Israel (Jun 6) and several other Jenkins events around the world have open registration
  • Latest, greatest Jenkins improvements include a new LTS based on 1.509, more context menu improvements, and master/slave data transfer performance improvement
  • There's also a Security advisory out recommending upgrade to at least 1.502
  • A plethora of Jenkins and Continuous Delivery resources

Registration & Call for Papers Open for JUC Palo Alto

This year, the West Coast Jenkins User Conference will be in Palo Alto rather than San Francisco. If you’re nearby – or even if you’re not – join Kohsuke and other fellow developers for a solid day of Jenkins.

The Call for Papers is open until June 9 (scroll to bottom of page for form).