I recently did an interview on DZone about the open source Continuous Integration with Hudson book, where we talk about Hudson and CI in general, and I discuss some of my motivations for writing the book.
A new chapter of the Continuous Integration with Hudson book is available - this time on Code Quality.
This week I had the pleasure of giving a lightning talk at the London CloudCamp on the topic of "CI in the Cloud".
Last week, I had the pleasure of being able to give a talk on 'BDD, ATDD and Page Objects' at the Agile Testing & BDD Exchange run by the awesome folks at Skills Matter. The topic of the talk is summed up here:
Last week, I has the pleasure of giving a talk on Continuous Integration practices with Hudson. The talk went from automating build jobs to automating build pipelines, and discussed Continuous Deployment strategies, notification strategies, and general Hudson tips and tricks. The video recording of talk will also be online soon on Parleys.
A new chapter of 'Continuous Integration with Hudson' is ready!
One week before the next TDD/BDD workshop in Sydney, I will be running a specialized half-day workshop on automated web testing.
If you are a Java developer, and you want to write software for mobile devices, Android is without a doubt the most accessible mobile development platform out there.
A new Java Power Tools Newsletter is available: Keeping tabs on code quality - evolutions in code quality metrics
Few would argue that code quality is not important. High code quality and good coding practices makes code more reliable and easier to maintain.