I will be presenting Hudson (with a focus on its Selenium support/integration) at the upcoming San Francisco Selenium Meetup event on Jun 22nd in San Francisco. There are several Selenium-related plugins in Hudson, but running Selenium tests on Hudson involves some initial setup cost. I’d discuss those, plus general-purpose features in Hudson that really work well with Selenium.
In the week after that, from 30th to July 3rd, I’ll be in Israel, thanks to JFrog. This is my first visit to Israel, so I’m really excited. If there are any Hudson users there who’d like to meet up, please let me know, as I’m always interested in seeing different deployments of Hudson and learn from those. Or if you are interested in having me do a short on-site work, there won’t be any travel cost, so this would be a good opportunity 😉
Further down the road, I’ll be speaking in JavaOne 2010. Historically we have a good number of Hudson committers/users in JavaOne, so we’ve been doing some get-together. I hope we can do it again, so please stay tuned as the details of the conference develops over the summer.
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I work at NDS Technologies Israel Ltd. in Jerusalem (you can see about our company here: http://www.nds.com/). We use Hudson as a continuous integration tool from October 2008(migrated from CruiseControl). I’d like to meet with you and talk about our Hudson experience.
Thanks. Let me write to you in an e-mail.
My name is Yosi and I’m working in the Israeli office of Cisco systems. One of my current tasks is to lead the migration of our business unit builds to run under Hudson. We are in fairly advanced stage, still, there are some conceptual questions that are related to the different ways that Hudson can be used in a large enterprise which is spread across few sites: controlling different instances, creating standards, transferring builds, etc. I would be happy to discuss it with you.
My name is Yosi and Iâ€™m working in the Israeli office of Cisco systems. There are some conceptual questions that are related to the different ways that Hudson can be used in a large enterprise which is spread across few sites: controlling different instances, creating standards, transferring builds, etc. I would be happy to discuss it with you.
Thanks, Yosi. I just wrote you an e-mail.
I have a question for you regarding the Fisheye integration with Hudson – it seems to only work for SVN but we should be perfectly capable of also using Fisheye as a git browser, right?
Is there a place where we can download the presentation?