As of the end of February 2013, Jenkins had more than 57,000 active installations (a conservative number) - up more than 60% in the last year - and more than 600 plugins. Our Fall 2012 Jenkins survey showed that 83% consider it a mission-critical tool.
The Jenkins User Conference (JUC) provides the perfect venue for everyone – Jenkins experts and newbies alike – to learn more about the Jenkins continuous integration server, share knowledge, network, and build an even stronger open source community.
JUC Palo Alto 2013 features a keynote by Jenkins founder and most significant contributor Kohsuke Kawaguchi and two full tracks of presentations by Jenkins experts from the community (hopefully including you!). Light breakfast, lunch, snack and Jenkins conference freebie (usually an envy-inspiring t-shirt, but maybe we’ll surprise you this year) are included for everyone.
What You Need to Know
Register and join the fun! Early-bird tickets are only $54 through August 2.
Call for Papers ends June 9 – if you have exceptional Jenkins knowledge to share, please submit an abstract to present (scroll to the bottom for the form).
Sponsorship – please drop a note ‘juc-oc-ext AT cloudbees DOT com’ if you would like show your awesomeness and support the Jenkins community… or even host a Jenkins event yourself.
To get a feel for the conference, check out the video & slides from 2012 JUC San Francisco and the video highlights and slides from the inaugural JUC in October 2011.
Finally, a special shout-out to the many sponsors who have already flocked to support JUC:
We expect the conference to sell out, so secure your spot now!
Can’t make it to California for Palo Alto JUC? Check out JUC Israel on June 6 and the Jenkins User Event in Copenhagen on September 9th.