[sf-perl] Fwd: Reminder: Hudson for Everybody Else is in one week.
fred at redhotpenguin.com
Tue Jun 15 14:33:13 PDT 2010
Just a quick heads up, our next meeting is one week away!
We'll need your RSVP by 6pm next Tuesday so that we can give our new
host Mother Jones a list of everyone who is planning to attend. Yes,
we'll have nametags again - no, you don't have to wear yours, just
pick it up to verify with the building security that you are
registered to attend.
Any last minute details will be posted on the Twitter feed at
http://twitter.com/sfperlmongers, things like 'Pizza is here', etc.
Hope to see you next Tuesday evening; this looks like an exciting talk!
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From: Meetup Reminder <info at meetup.com>
Date: Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 2:14 PM
Subject: Reminder: Hudson for Everybody Else is in one week.
To: fred at redhotpenguin.com
San Francisco Perl Mongers
Your group has a Meetup Tuesday, June 22, 2010 7:00 PM!
You RSVPed Yes.
Hudson for Everybody Else
Tuesday, June 22, 2010 7:00 PM
222 Sutter Street Suite 600
San Francisco CA 94108
Update your RSVP
14 Perl Mongers RSVPed Yes, including…
Joe McMahon will be talking about Hudson on June 22nd at 7pm, at the
office of Mother Jones.
"Continuous integration" sounds like a great idea: you automatically
run your build on every checkin, so you know very soon after you've
committed if you make a mistake or checked in a bug. However, like any
properly lazy Perl programmer, the last thing you want to do is write
more code; you want to take advantage of work that's already done:
Hudson is a continuous integration server that's easy to set up,
customize, and use. Unlike other similar Java-based tools, Hudson is
language-agnostic, even well-integrated with other tools.For Perl
projects, with a little assistance from CPAN, it's easy to set up and
use for Perl projects. We'll look at a sample setup that covers most
of the bases, including a few pointers on making it easy to build and
under Hudson, and finish up with a look at using Hudson to get your
team involved - even enjoying - continuous integration.
Joe McMahon's CPAN page - http://search.cpan.org/~mcmahon/
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