Remember the Build

Wednesday, 18 June 2014 -

More information is a good thing. Normally parameterized build input such as notes, Git branches, and bug tracking issues are lost once a build has completed. The only historical reference is in a report. Consequently, this data cannot easily be reused for future builds. Using Jenkins, Groovy and MySQL, this data can persist for the life of a project. This presentation with describe the simple steps taken to save this information for posterity.

Robert McNulty

Robert has been developing software for over 20 years, using Java since its inception. He is currently lead technical developer at Experian Marketing Services, a division of Experian, in charge of the full software development life cycle process. He also led and mentored a team of developers in Costa Rica. His current areas of interest are Grails, Gradle, Groovy and neo4j.

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