WANdisco: Proud Sponsor of the Jenkins User Conference

If you’re a Jenkins user (or even an uberSVN+Jenkins user!) you will no doubt already have heard about this year’s Jenkins User Conference series. After the massive success of 2011’s single event, in 2012 the conference has become a series of events that will take place in six cities: Paris, New York, San Francisco, Antwerp, Tokyo, and Herzelia, Israel.

The Jenkins User Conference brings together Jenkins experts and enthusiasts from around the globe, for a full day of Jenkins-focused learning and all-important networking opportunities. As a proud CloudBees partner, we are excited to announce that WANdisco is an official sponsor of two of this year’s Jenkins User Conferences.

“The Jenkins community has embraced the Jenkins User Conferences for the opportunities they provide to meet other users, face-to-face. The learning offered by informal networking and formal sessions is terrific. It helps users increase their Jenkins knowledge, allowing them to make even better use of continuous integration,” said Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins creator and elite architect at CloudBees. “We are thrilled to have WANdisco join CloudBees and the other sponsors in supporting the Jenkins community.”

Not only is WANdisco an official sponsor of two of this year’s Jenkins User Conferences, but the WANdisco team will be attending the San Francisco conference on September 30th.

We’re looking forward to meeting the Jenkins community, and our experts will be on-hand to answer all of your questions about uberSVN, using Jenkins with uberSVN, or anything else we can help out with! We’ll also have plenty of freebies to hand out, so if you’re attending the San Francisco event, be sure to hunt out the WANdisco table.

If you’d like to check out our Jenkins integration before the conference, uberSVN is free to download and free to use, simply visit http://www.ubersvn.com/download now to get started.

For more information about the 2012 Jenkins User Conferences or to register, go here.

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