You may have noticed our new Jenkins Butler images on social media or joined in on the conversation around #CDday on Twitter. Or maybe you’re already excited for our Tweet Chat with Sacha Labourey…and now there is even more fun to be had before the countdown is over.
As the team ramps up to celebrate Continuous Delivery Day on May 21st (just 8 more days), we wanted to honor all those who make Continuous Delivery possible. This includes you!
To us, “Continuous Delivery” means the best way to deliver quality web and mobile apps, while accelerating time to market. We know that using Jenkins, you can enable Continuous Delivery in your organization. Plus, the time you and your development and operations teams save is good for everybody (maybe you can take that vacation you haven’t been able to take since the last release?!). Which is why we want to pay it forward.
Starting today, we are kicking off a CloudBees #CDday Celebration Contest where we reward Continuous Delivery fans with prizes for celebrating all things Continuous Delivery. In addition to building your apps with CloudBees and experiencing Continuous Delivery first-hand, how would you like to win a cool CloudBees t-shirt? Continuous Delivery of pizza to your office? A Jenkins bobble head autographed by Kohsuke Kawaguchi? Continuous Delivery of coffee/donuts? How about Continuous Delivery of movies for a year? You can, just by participating in #CDday.
Doing so is easy. Check out our rules and prizes and join in on the conversation!
Winners will be announced Friday, May 30th, on Twitter.
Sacha Labourey, CEO, Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CTO and Steve Harris, senior VP of products, will be leading a Tweet Chat on May 21 at 12:00pm EDT in honor of the day and will chat with members of the community about all things continuous delivery. If you haven’t already, follow Sacha and Steve and Tweet us your questions!
Read the initial blog post to learn more about Continuous Delivery Day:
Announcing Continuous Delivery Day - May 21
Happy Continuous Delivery Day!
The CloudBees Team