Master Jenkins and Accelerate Application Development: September 23 in London, October 14 in Tokyo!

Written by: Heidi Gilmore
2 min read

Continuous Integration (CI) is a fundamental best practice of modern software development. Jenkins is the number one open source Continuous Integration server. Jenkins is selected by developers, worldwide, for application development because the platform enables them to fully leverage the value a CI development environment offers.

CloudBees offers an ongoing program of Jenkins training to help users optimize the functionality provided by the Jenkins platform. You do not need to be a CloudBees customer to attend Jenkins training classes, but you must be a Jenkins user.

We currently have two upcoming training sessions:

September 23 - London
Instructor: Stephen Connolly

October 14 - Tokyo
Instructor: Kohsuke Kawaguchi

There are several openings still available for both sessions.

We intentionally keep the number of participants low, so as to allow for maximum instructor / attendee interaction. Though there is a formal curriculum, the instructors often end up discussing real-world challenges and problems individual attendees are facing with their Jenkins implementations. Smaller class sizes help to facilitate that kind of personal learning.

The sessions are aimed at users that already have a working knowledge of Jenkins and are at the, “Once you get the build and tests automated, where do you go with Jenkins from there?” stage in their Jenkins implementation. The goal of the training is to help improve knowledge about advanced Jenkins functionality in order to help the attendee answer this question. Topics covered include items such as: creating bigger automated workflows / broader choreographies, code quality metrics, automated deployment and so on.

In summary, you will learn how to set up an effective Continuous Integration (Jenkins) environment that will reduce integration issues, improve code quality, and improve communication and collaboration between team members. You will also learn how Jenkins can act as a communications hub for your development team.

Join us in either London or Tokyo!

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