Blog Posts about Developer Zone

Jenkins World Speaker Highlight: Automated Software Maintenance

Have you experienced that thing where you make a change in an app, and when you go to check on the results of the build, you find an error...

Jenkins World Speaker Highlight: Extending your Pipeline with Shared Libraries, Global Functions and External Code

Jenkins Pipeline has fundamentally changed how users can orchestrate their pipelines and workflows. Essentially, anything that you can do...

How Do We Know if We Are Getting Better?

Why am I writing this? The other day I heard a very true quote from W. Edwards Deming: “Without data you are just another person with an...
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A Tale of Four Bugs

This post is a post about a recent chain of interconnected bugs and mistakes that we found. I feel there is learning in this tale of many...
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Bug-vs-Feature: The Acceptance Criteria Game

Search any issue tracker and before long you are sure to find many examples of the “Bug-vs-Feature” debate. Sometimes the debate can become...
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FileInputStream / FileOutputStream Considered Harmful

Ok, so you have been given an array of bytes that you have to write to a file. You’re a Java developer. You have been writing Java code for...

Prerequisites for a Successful Enterprise Continuous Delivery Implementation

Continuous delivery as a methodology and tool to meet the ever-increasing demand to deliver software at the speed of ideas is quickly...

Cluster-wide Copy Artifacts

CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise lets you operate many Client Masters (multiple Jenkins masters) from a central place: CloudBees Jenkins...
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New In-Product, Upgrade Notifications with CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.32.1.1

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of CloudBees Jenkins Platform 2.32.1, which offers upgrade notifications and many key...

New DevOps Radio Episode: Brian Dawson on the Future of DevOps

CloudBees’ Brian Dawson is an expert on all things DevOps. As a CloudBees resident DevOps guru and evangelist, Brian has been thinking...