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I’m traveling for the next two weeks

I’m at San Francisco airport now to start my first around-the-world tour!

My first stop will be Tokyo, my home town. There’ll be a Jenkins user meet-up, whose 88 seats are booked solid. This time the topic is about various scripting languages, and I’ll be presenting about the recent Ruby/Jenkins work in the core with cowboyd. On Tuesday, I’ll be doing one of the keynotes in Japan Java User Group Cross-Community Conference. This is actually a full day event with 3 concurrent tracks, showing the degree of high interest in Java in Tokyo.

I have to make sure I won’t forget to attend the Jenkins project meeting in that night. It’s 1am my time. I think the technology made the distance a non-issue, but the time zone difference is really fragmenting our community (especially Asian communities from the rest of the world), and I with we could somehow fix that.

Then I’ll be heading to Paris, to present in the “What’s Next?” event by Zenika. While this is a for-pay conference, Zenika is also generously hosting a free Jenkins user meetup in Friday night. I’ll be also speaking there, along with a number of French Jenkins developers. If you are using Jenkins or thinking about using it, this is the opportunity to learn about a thing or two and get to know some of the people behind it. Then the following Saturday, we’ll shift the gear a bit and will be doing a hackathon. While the meetup is more for users of Jenkins, hackathon is more for the current and wanna-be developers of Jenkins and its plugins. It’s also a whole day event, so you’ll have more chance of really getting to know people. So if you are already plugin developers or thinking about writing one, please join us. On 5/30, I’lll be doing the last show in Paris, at SFEIR CloudCamp about Jenkins.

On 6/1, I’ll be heading to London and will be doing another talk in Skillsmatter in the evening. The next day, I’ll be doing a one-day training, and I believe some seats are still available. And with that, I’m back to San Francisco!

So please forgive me for any delay in responses to e-mails, and I hope to see as many of you on the road.

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  1. Bob Bickel
    May 18th, 2011 at 20:05 | #1

    You amaze me with your prolific community outreach as well as productivity in writing code. Glad I’m on your team…

    Bob

  2. May 24th, 2011 at 09:10 | #2

    Hi Kohsuke, I’m very excited to meet you both on the What’s Next and the Sfeir BarCamp during this week.

    See you !

  3. June 14th, 2011 at 10:59 | #3

    Kohsuke,

    I have been sifting through your posts on java.net regarding xjc, etc. I know this must seem ancient to you, but it is very useful to me. Thanks for the great work.

    Cheers,
    Phil

  4. taphsene
    July 20th, 2011 at 01:58 | #4

    Hi!
    I have one question to ask you about jenkins.
    I am new on jenkins. I saw in a project,which you worked, that is in this link http://ci.jenkins-ci.org/job/plugins_deploy/17/org.jenkins-ci.plugins$deploy/. You used “redeploy the artefacts”. How you did this! i think that you use the plugin “deploy”. I want to do the same thing but i am using jetty server which is not supported by this plugin! Do you have an alternative to propose me?
    I want just to have the option “redeploy artifacts” from a build for deploying artifacts in a jetty server!
    thank you in advance

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