In my spare time, I am involved in the Apache Maven project. We are in the process of migrating from Subversion to Git and a number of people wanted to know how we might find some better ways of working with Jenkins.
I thought it would be useful to create a video series showing how we make these improvements. While some aspects of these improvements rely on Apache-specific infrastructure choices, the ideas themselves are more generally applicable.
A long time ago, I wrote a series of blog posts on developing plugins for Jenkins. A lot has changed since then, and hopefully this video series will provide a different take on plugin development and show what exactly is involved in developing a custom, Jenkins plugin to solve an organization-specific need.
Anyway, here’s Episode 1. I am planning 11, in total.
I hope you like the series and learn from it!
Stephen Connolly is a member of the engineering team at CloudBees. He has over 20 years experience in software development. He is involved in a number of open source projects, including Jenkins and Apache. Stephen was one of the first non-Sun committers to the Jenkins project and developed the weather icons. Stephen lives in Dublin, Ireland - where the weather icons are particularly useful. Follow Stephen on Twitter and on his blog.
Check out the entire series:
- Watch Me Code - Episode 1
- Watch Me Code - Episode 2
- Watch Me Code - Episode 3
- Watch Me Code - Episode 4
- Watch Me Code - Episode 5
- Watch Me Code - Episode 6
- Watch Me Code - Episode 7
- Watch Me Code - Episode 8
- Watch Me Code - Episode 9
- Watch Me Code - Episode 10
- Watch Me Code - Episode 11
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