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James Strachan
Created Groovy & Apache Camel. Works for on Jenkins X automated CI/CD for Kubernetes.
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Axel Fontaine Jun 16
My prediction: Microsoft will integrate VSCode into GitHub with the web UI talking to language servers on Azure for instant code assist and compilation error detection.
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Mauricio Salatino Jun 14
Activiti Cloud Workshop in Kubernetes with Jenkins X
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Mauricio Salatino Jun 13
Another amazing edition of with it was a blast! Looking forward to the 5th year anniversary! I made a lot of new friends
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James Strachan Jun 13
Rancher integration for Jenkins X sounds a great idea. I've raised this issue to track it: for now create your clusters via Rancher then try `jx install`
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Jordi Varela Jun 13
Now... you're ready to conquer the world! GO! GO! GO! ;-p
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James Strachan Jun 13
the fastest way to ride your camel with CI/CD on any kubernetes cluster: using spring boot
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Nacho Cougil Jun 13
OMG!!! In less than an hour I have my account setup done with a cluster working with Jenkins X Simply amazing! O_o Thank you guys you rock! +1000!!!
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Jordi Sola Jun 12
Should say demo about JenkinsX in was very impressive! Should try myself!
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JBCNconf Jun 12
The James Strachan talk will introduce you to a new open source project, Jenkins X which is an open source CI / CD platform for based on . After the talk you should be able to develop at full speed with CI / CD in a cloud native way!
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JBCNconf Jun 12
Live demo of continuous delivery for Kubernetes with Jenkins X by James Strachan ()!!! Really cool!
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James Strachan Jun 12
about to speak at about automated CI/CD on kubernetes using Jenkins X with a live demo on google cloud - room 5 in 10 minutes. Pop along and say hi if you are at Barcelona
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Yipee.io Jun 11
RT : For those wanting to learn more about CI/CD with on . Check out this fantastic webinar with live demos and walkthroughs from . I learned a bunch and am excited to dig in more.
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James Strachan Jun 11
I love watching the continuous improvement of speaking performance of new hires in our team at FuseSource/RedHat/CloudBees. A combination of talent/practice/leaning from peers/mentoring but everyone has become a great speaker pretty quick so far. Wanna join our team, it’s fun? ;)
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Mauricio Salatino Jun 7
jBCN Conf ’18: Kubernetes, Cloud Native Java & Jenkins X
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Carlos Sanchez Jun 8
Trying DevPods from , a powerful idea "how using something like GKE can be much cheaper than buying a new machine"
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James Strachan Jun 8
really looking forward to JBCNConf next week! On Tuesday morning (11:35) I'll be giving a talk on how to automate your CI/CD on kubernetes and for fast with Jenkins X with lots of live demos on GKE
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James Strachan Jun 7
Replying to @atechiethought
I've added an Core quickstart: which should show up for you via the `jx create quickstart` command. If you can find a better .NET Core quickstart around let me know, we can add more:
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James Strachan Jun 6
many thanks! I've raised this issue with links to what I've got so far. I'd love some feedback on whats the best way to do the release + PR pipelines for JHipster when trying to use npm/yarn directly to speed up build time (to avoid installing it via mvn)
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Lachlan Evenson Jun 6
For those wanting to learn more about CI/CD with on . Check out this fantastic webinar with live demos and walkthroughs from . I learned a bunch and am excited to dig in more.
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Kelly Sommers Jun 4
Woke up to 300 replies from grumpy devs about GitHub. Guys this is 2018. Microsoft has one of the kindest, most inclusive CEO’s out there. You demanded they changed. They have. You demanded they embrace open source. They have. Now it’s your turn to change and forgive.
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