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The Future of Hudson Continuous Integration

Jason Van Zyl (Sonatype )

Making at Eclipse · Sponsored
Tuesday, 15:20, 30 minutes | Cypress

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Hudson is a continuous integration (CI) server that helps you check-out source code, build and test your project, publish the results and communicate the results to team members. We’ve been working to make it easier to extend Hudson, to reduce the effort required to write a Hudson plugin, and to put in a new foundation for the next level of Hudson interoperability and performance. We’re excited about the work that has been done and the work yet to come. The benefits of these changes include better leveraging of industry standards, increased performance and stability, and tight integration with Maven 3 that provides greater visibility into running builds. Come to learn more about Hudson CI and future plans for the project.

Jason van Zyl is the Founder and CTO of Sonatype, the leader in Java development infrastructure whose customers include Intuit, Cisco, Qualcomm, Vanguard and E*Trade. Jason has over 10 years of experience in open source and proprietary enterprise software development. An open source enthusiast, Jason is the founder of the Apache Maven project, and the original benefactor of the Nexus, Tycho, and M2Eclipse projects.