jenkins cia program
No Longer Undercover…
For years, we've been hearing about covert installations of Jenkins by groups of developers within larger companies. Rogue engineers, frustrated by the lack of continuous integration would download jenkins.war and run it off their workstation. As time went on, word-of-mouth within the organization spread Jenkins far and wide.
Today we announce an initiative to help support these rogue agents: the Jenkins CIA Program.
Become an agent…
Getting Better All the Time
The Jenkins community is making a concerted effort to spiff up its UI, as you’ll see in the latest releases. Check out both the visible improvements, described by Nicolas DeLoof, and the under-the-covers improvements, outlined by Kohsuke. Or take a look at the ideas for additional improvements on the Jenkins wiki.
Watch Out for Jenkins
Security Advisory releases plug vulnerability, so you should really keep an eye out for these… and deploy them!
Learn more from Kohsuke…
Hot Jenkins Plugins
Get to know the ins and outs of some of our favorite Jenkins plugins…
And keep your ears open for some awesome new plugins to be announced soon!
Selenium, Jenkins, Robots, Oh My!
The Selenium and Jenkins communities, together with EventBrite (who uses both), got together for an excellent meetup on March 14. Catch the videos here. Or throw your own meetup and let the Jenkins CIA program help you out!
The Lighter Side
Wait, shouldn’t it be blue…?
Humor courtesy of Geek and Poke