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Stephan Hochdörfer

A few weeks ago I gave a presentation at the Jenkins User Conference London 2015 about how we have set-up and use Jenkins to power our builds. One idea I mentioned in the talk and I`d like to share now is how we bind our jobs to specific buildnodes. Given the fact that we are doing lots of different projects for different clients we have quite a few buildnodes to cover every use case we need. When we started using Jenkins about 4 years ago we bound every job to a set of specific buildnodes (e.g. buildnode01 || buildnode02). When our setup grew, it was not easy to keep up-to-date to figure out which buildnodes offer which capabilities. In the end this lead to jobs failing every now and then because Jenkins picks a buildnode from the list which does have all the required tools installed, this behaviour I call the "Jenkins law".

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Stephan Hochdörfer

Vom 24.02.2014 bis zum 28.02.2014 findet in Montreal die ConFoo 2014 Konferenz statt. Ich bin dieses Mal wieder dabei und kann zwei neue Vorträge präsentieren: Im Vortrag "The seven deadly sins of Dependency Injection" möchte ich darstellen welche Fehler man bei der Verwendung des Dependency Injection Patterns nicht machen sollte. Der Vortrag "The Setup: Composer, Phing, Vagrant, Jenkins" beleuchtet unsere Arbeitsweise mit den genannten Tools soll aufzeigen wie man mit den Tools arbeiten kann (aber nicht muss).