Jenkins (formerly known as Hudson) is a continuous integration server that facilitates the automation in software development. In this talk, I'll discuss what's new in the project, including why we renamed, as well as various techniques to get more out of your Jenkins server, such as distributed build techniques, some key plugins, and larger scale choreography that spans across many jobs for sophisticated automation.
by Fred Simon
Long gone are the days of sticking binaries in Version Control or onto a shared drive. In this session we will explore the various options, changes and the challenges in managing software modules and will explore different approaches taken by build tools such as Gradle, Ivy and Maven. We will demonstrate how to combine your Jenkins build server, Artifactory repository manager and Gradle builds to create a release pipeline that overcomes common problems around continuous release and delivery. It doesn't matter if you are a software developer, a release engineer or a CM, this demo-packed presentation will demonstrate the way your build and development environment will look in the next years!
by Ian Hlavats
This informative session demonstrates an effective strategy for JSF UI design and development based on Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 and the Eclipse IDE. Participants will learn how to create and enhance a JSF application using Facelets, the Seam Framework, ICEfaces Ajax UI components, and a MySQL database. Highlights include managed bean code hints in Dreamweaver and deploying the application to JBoss AS
20th–23rd June 2011