Jenkins Conference Slides and Videos Online

It is just turning into a video heavy week isn't it? First the videos from the Munich Meetup were made available, and now the videos from the first ever Jenkins User Conference.

The full list of slides and videos can be found on this page, hosted by CloudBees who did a phenomenal job helping to organize and host the conference.

I want to thank everybody else involved once again, the fantastic speakers, the enthusiastic attendees and of course the sponsors for making it possible (CloudBees, Red Hat, LifeRay, New Relic, Sauce Labs, Chariot Solutions and eXo).

Jenkins Meetup Munich Videos

Better late than never right? Back in June, during his world tour, Andrew Bayer stopped by Munich to participate in a Jenkins Meetup along with Dr. Ullrich Hafner.

Andrew gave a talk titled "The State of Jenkins" (slides) and Ullrich talked about "Static Code Analysis with Jenkins" (slides)

You can view the videos on this page hosted by TNG.

Thanks to Stefan Wolf for the heads up!

Project Meeting this Wednesday

It's about that time again! After a productive meeting on October 26th we have a number of new items to address this upcoming Wednesday, November 9th at 18:00 UTC

You can view the upcoming meeting agenda on this page, feel free to add your own items if they need to be addressed as well.

As per usual the meeting will be on the #jenkins IRC channel on the Freenode network (direct web IRC link).

Event Date/Time: 
Wed, 2011-11-09 11:00

Jenkins User Meeting at Devoxx 2011

Jenkins community member and all around nice guy Nicolas De Loof is organizing a user meeting at the upcoming Devoxx 2011. If you're not familiar with Devoxx, it's a great Java community conference with a plethora of fantastic talks and tracks.

Unfortunately it looks like Devoxx 2011 is already sold out, so I hope you've already gotten your ticket!

The Birds of a Feather session (BoF) will start at 21:00 local time, for more details check out the BoF page.

Event Date/Time: 
Tue, 2011-11-15 21:00

A dead bug is a good bug

As if getting a Kindle for reporting bugs and getting an AppleTV for filing a survey aren't enough, you can also win an iPad for fixing an issue.

So if you've been thinking about tinkering with Jenkins code base but haven't done so yet, this is a great opportunity to get going. There's documentation about how to get started, and there's Jenkins Office Hours and IRC channel if you need some interactive help from existing devs. I think new features, not just bug fixes, would qualify, so long as it's recorded in the issue tracker. And similarly, I think the plugins would qualify, not just core.