Category Archives: continuous integration

[Agile 2009] Hudson-related presentations

Going to Agile 2009? Cannot get enough Hudson? I have put together a list of sessions at the conference that will explicitly mention the best CI server eveeeer ;-): Java Power Tools – getting it all together by John Smart,  … Continue reading

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Fixed display errors in French translation to Hudson

I think I have finally fixed (most) errors in the display of the French translation in Hudson. 3 different people reported them to me, which is a sign that Hudson enjoys a strong following in France (I also keep stumbling … Continue reading

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Bob Martin on Hudson

Yep, you heard it here first: Uncle Bob loves Hudson! Not content with the videos on Slim, he has just produced another one showing how to do basic staff with Hudson. And by the sound of his voice, he is … Continue reading

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CITCON Amsterdam Continuous Integration Cage Fight on YouTube

Julian has just posted on YouTube videos he took during the CI Showdown at CITCON Amsterdam last October. Sound quality is not very good, so make sure you are in a quiet environment. CruiseControl build-o-matic Hudson, with yours truly Cruise … Continue reading

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Hudson can now update itself

Finally! I have been waiting for this for a while. From v1.259, Hudson is now able to update itself automatically (as long as you have installed Hudson as a Windows Service — granted, this might not be the general case). … Continue reading

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Valtech Days are tomorrow!

Valtech Days are starting tomorrow! We are all very excited. I will be presenting 3 things: Retrospectives: the key to continuous improvement, together with Laurent Bossavit A 15-mins demonstration of Hudson Introduction to the Open Space part of the conference … Continue reading

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Back from CITCON Europe Amsterdam 2008

I came back this morning from the conference, my third time after Brussels in 07 and London in 06. It was great as usual. If you haven’t been to an Open Space conference, know that you are seriously missing out on … Continue reading

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My contributions to Hudson got approved for GlassFish Award Program

My Fit plugin for Hudson and the translation into French got approved for the GAP program. This means I am going to receive money from Sun! I am going to be rich, rich, rich! Err… not quite. Once the 30% … Continue reading

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Sonar and Hudson

I have only mentioned once Sonar in the past on this blog. I should do that more often, as it is truly a great tool. If you read French, please check out my report on a presentation that Freddy Mallet, … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration at Agile 2008

You might have noticed that I am taking a great interest in the practice of Continuous Integration (especially in the tool Hudson, of course!). Agile 2008 is just around the corner, and I’m particularly eager to hear the latest about … Continue reading

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“Creating Change One Tic-Tac At a Time” Presentation finally online

I have refered a couple of times to the presentation by Jeffrey Fredrick and Alistair Cockburn. Jeffrey used it in a “How to introduce CI” session at CITCON London 2006. I also mentioned that a CI Game had been implemented … Continue reading

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Contribute to Hudson!

Readers to this blog know that I take every opportunity to talk about Hudson, one of the very best Continuous Integration tools. Well, I have another very good reason: you can contribute to it and make money, at least if … Continue reading

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About the French translation in Hudson

The French translation of Hudson is a contribution I have made to the project. The work is complete for the core part of Hudson, and I consider it stable, though many bits are not internationalized, hence appear in English. What … Continue reading

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Hudson creator now dedicated full-time

That’s what you get when you spend several days polishing a post. Unlike what I suggested in my previous post from today, Sun does seem to take action regarding Hudson. Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Hudson creator, has just been promoted to working … Continue reading

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CruiseControl is still the bigger player; Hudson is growing

I thought it’d be interesting to look at some download statistics for Hudson and CruiseControl, probably the 2 OpenSource CI tools with the most mindshare currently. Want to know more about CruiseControl, Hudson, and other CI tools? Meet the creators, … Continue reading

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