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Jenkins User Conference Israel

July 1st, 2012

I’ll be visiting Israel this week, for Jenkins User Conference in Herzliya. I think this is my 3rd time visiting there, and I always enjoyed my visit and people over there (it really is an interesting place in many ways that everyone should visit once!) If you live in Israel, you can still register for the event!

You can see the planned talks, but there’ll be a lot of good “show and tell” talks where seasoned users share their experiences and setups to others, as well as more “emerging technologies” kind of talks, where people can get the idea of what’s cooking.

I’m planning to do a talk that contains a little bit of both; a bit about features that I developed for Jenkins that I use myself (some with my CloudBees hat on), then more about what the community has been working on in the core lately, and what I’d like to work on in near future.

It never ceases to amaze me that this piece of software called Jenkins has grown so much that we have 100s of people using it everywhere we go. Looking forward to meeting you all, and don’t forget to demand Jenkins stickers from me!

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