Announcing Jenkins World 2016 -- Save the Date!

CloudBees and the Jenkins Community are Happy to Announce Jenkins World 2016 — the Worldwide Event for All Things Jenkins.

The Jenkins community recently announced the dates for the Jenkins World 2016 conference. This event builds on the success of past Jenkins User Conferences (JUC), and will be a three-day, multi-track global event comprised of everything Jenkins including community, CloudBees and ecosystem. Jenkins World will be held in Santa Clara, September 13-15, at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Once again, CloudBees will be the lead organizer and premier sponsor.

Like the JUCs that came before it, Jenkins World will be the perfect opportunity for Jenkins users all over the world to come together to learn, explore and network face-to-face. Jenkins experts, continuous delivery thought leaders and companies at Jenkins World will help to shape the future of Jenkins at Jenkins World 2016.

The event will have four tracks and 40+ sessions to help users get the most business value out of Jenkins. They will be for every level of Jenkins user, from beginners to advanced Jenkins masters!

How can start planning now for Jenkins World 2016?

Apply to speak: The Jenkins World Call for Papers is open until May 1, 2016. If you are interested in speaking, please submit a talk proposal. The Jenkins community is looking for speakers who plan to address:

  • Scaling Jenkins in the enterprise
  • Extending CI to CD
  • How to use Jenkins solutions to accelerate software delivery

Become a Sponsor: There are a limited number of corporate and commercial sponsorships that are now available. Learn more about sponsoring Jenkins World 2016.

Save the date: Mark your calendars! Jenkins World will take place September 13-15. Take advantage of the BEST Jenkins learning opportunity in 2016!

Register for Jenkins World 2016: Registration opens on April 5. The community will remind you to register as April gets closer!

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“The new structure of Jenkins World is a testament to the strong growth the community and ecosystem have experienced over the past several years. This is the first time ever that we will invite everyone from around the world to finally meet in one place. Having a three-day event for all Jenkins people – from newbie users to long-time plugin developers – to come together to exchange ideas, share best practices and strike up conversations will help to strengthen the community and spark new ideas for the Jenkins project.”

— Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins founder and CloudBees CTO

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