Jenkins Event Officer.
the Jenkins Area Meetup program and is also responsible for
Marketing & Community Programs at CloudBees, Inc.
Although December is a short month due to the holidays, there has been a good
amount of local Jenkins activities that took place regardless of holiday
obligations. Today and tomorrow I will be doing a series of posts to summarize
December JAM World Tour. Special thanks to the JAM organizers and co-organizers
who made it all happen in these cities:
Thank you to Netflix for sponsoring the yummy
burrito bar and offered up their brand new auditorium to host Jenkins
Developers and Users Meetup group on Dec 16. We had 96 RSVPs which was
impressive. Our speaker for the evening was Akshay Dayal, Software Engineer at
Google. Akshay's session was about Scaling Jenkins - how and why Google decided
to scale their existing Jenkins cluster (OSS) to meet their
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It is great to see the pick up of local activities through hosted JAMs. In October, the Jenkins community hosted Atlanta JAM and Bay Area JAM. Many thanks to our sponsors: Ericsson, CloudBees, Blazemeter, NetRoadShow.
Here's a summary of what was discussed:
Atlanta JAM - Jenkins workflow and Docker to reduce friction in DevOps efforts.
Bay Area JAM- Performance testing strategies, incorporating performance tests into...
There's been some active discussions and planning around Jenkins Area Meetups (JAMs) specifically in the following cities:
Raleigh, North Carolina
I wanted to gauge Jenkins interests in these cities, so let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you live in one of these areas, and if you would be interested in becoming a member or be involved in JAM one...
Last week, the first Jenkins Area Meetup (JAM) took place in San Jose, CA on Wednesday, Sept 23. What a way to kick off the first JAM other than to have Docker, John Willis as our guest speaker. John talked about immutable infrastructure and its benefits and role of containers.
Kohsuke discussed Jenkins Workflow, the motivation behind the same and latest features of...
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...
The Jenkins User Conference 2015 is seeking submissions that reflect the latest innovations in Jenkins usage. This is your chance to educate, share and inspire the community with stories of how you've used Jenkins to continuously build that amazing project or how you developed that popular plugin that everyone is using.
If you're gamed, here are some suggestions to get your creative juice going: