Jenkins User Conferences (JUCs) are continuing to grow! This year more than 230 people attended the JUC in Israel on June 6 and we expect even more for All the slides and videos from Israel are now available, so you can still enjoy the conference even if you weren’t there. Fair warning: some of them are in Hebrew
Some of the highlights for me included:
Haggai’s session, which shows me how Jenkins works in a domain that I’m not familiar with (in this case, .NET).
A talk from Yardena Meymann about her review board Jenkins plugin, which lets you test out code change under the review. This works much the same way BuildHive or GitHub Pull Request Builder plugin does for GitHub pull requests, but for Subversion.
The opportunity to talk to attendees. I wish there had been more time for that.
I wrote more JUC Israel highlights on the JenkinsCI blog - read them here.
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