In part one of this three-part article series, I showed you how to install and configure Jenkins – and how to create build and release jobs for Maven projects via the Jenkins user interface. In part two, we programmatically created the same jobs with the Jenkins Job DSL and made the job list cleaner using
In the first part of this three-part article series, I showed you how to install and configure Jenkins as Docker containers using Ansible – and how to create build and release jobs for Maven projects using Jenkins’ user interface. In this second part, I show you how to create the same jobs with the Jenkins
In the previous article about the advantages and disadvantages of monorepos, I showed how I built a module of a git-monorepos with Jenkins – once via the graphical user interface of Jenkins – and once programmatically via the Jenkins Job DSL. Some readers asked me how to transfer this DSL code into a Jenkins job.
Originally I wanted to publish the third part of my article series about Static Code Analysis today. However, this part will be more extensive than the first two parts so that I couldn’t finish it in two weeks. Today I would like to share my experience with Git monorepos with you. There are many articles
Many years ago, when I thought – inexperienced and naive as I was – that I was a much better programmer than I was back then, someone asked me: “Sven, how many lines of code has your longest method?” Neither did I know the answer to the question, nor did I understand its background. Today
Today is my last working day at AndroidPIT. After building AndroidPIT and developing it for ten years, a few months ago, I decided to start my own business as a freelance programmer to gain new experiences. After programming alone for a few months back in 2009, we started hiring additional programmers shortly after that. Working