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The Butler and the Snake - Continuous Integration for Python

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 Plone is a Python-based enterprise content management system and among the top 2% of all open source projects worldwide. It is developed by a distributed team of 340 core developers using Jenkins as a center piece of the development and release process. This talk will present how the Plone community uses Jenkins to build, test and deliver Python-based software projects.

The Butler and the Snake Continuous Integration for Python Jenkins User Conference Europe, June 2014 Timo Stollenwerk Plone Testing "It's like Buildbot, but with a butler." Hudson / Jenkins Version Control Automated Build Agreement on the Team Version Control Commit Build Notify Automated Build Buildout / PIP / Tox / Shining Panda Photo Credit: Ralph Bijker Agreement on the Team Broken Build Continuous Integration Rules buildoutcoredev.readthedocs.org Testing collective.xmltestreport / pytest / Coverage / Cobertura Robot Framework / Saucelabs Robot Framework Robot / Saucelabs Jenkins Plugins Static Code Analysis Pep8 / Pyflakes / Pylint / plone.recipe.codeanalysis / Violations Plugin Notifications Email-Ext Plugin / LDAP / Jenkins Dashboard Plugin Scalability Master-Slave / Provisioning / Jenkins Port Allocator Plugin Release Process zest.releaser / devpi / Jenkins Build Pipeline Plugin Summary Jenkins User Conference Europe Timo Stollenwerk ! Twitter: timostollenwerk IRC: [email protected] E-Mail: [email protected] ! http://timostollenwerk.net The Butler and the Snake Jenkins User Conference Europe #jenkinsconf Corporate Community Thank You To Our Sponsors Platinum Gold Silver

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