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Come join us on “Selenium, Jenkins, Robots, Oh My!” tomorrow

March 13th, 2012

I’ll be speaking tomorrow at San Francisco Selenium Meetup about Jenkins & Selenium — mainly recent improvements in the Selenium plugin, as well as several other new plugins relevant in the combination of Jenkins and Selenium, complete with a demo. I’ve got a couple of pet-peeves against the Selenium project, so I’m going to pitch them there to see the reaction, too.

I’ve told that Jason Huggins from Sauce Lab is going to pick up where he left off in the last Jenkins User Conference to talk about his robot, and Theo Cincotta from Eventbrite will give the case study of how Eventbrite uses Jenkins & Selenium together internally, so the whole thing should be a great mix of fun & useful topics, all packed in a Wednesday night from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, with beer and food.

The event is free, but you do need to RSVP, instead of the usual RSVP in the SF Selenium meetup group page at meetup.com (which currently says 209 people coming, when the EventBrite RSVP page says the capacity is 100 people — so I need to check with the organizers to make sure they know what they are expecting…)

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Upcoming San Francisco training

December 21st, 2011

CloudBees will be hosting another training in San Francisco Bay Area in January 26, 2012, and Feburary 23rd in Tokyo.

This 1-day training starts with the basics and then covers some of the advanced techniques, especially in combination with some plugins. As we deliver this training more, we gradually adjusted the material to cover more advanced topics, like promotion, build pipeline, parameterized triggers, and so on — the kind that’s getting more traction lately as Jenkins starts to encompass continuous delivery.

And for me, this training will be the first to use the latest “install plugins without restart” feature, so that should help with attendees keeping the focus a bit.

In these trainings, we cap the number of attendees to a fairly small size so that I can pay attention to each attendees enough. People normally bring in questions that go beyond the training curriculam to discuss the problems they face in their day-to-day Jenkins administrations. I welcome those, too!

If you are interested, please sign up while the seats are available!

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