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Hudson 3 Essentials Question

 
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Is "Hudson 3 Essentials" for programmers that have other continuous integration experience? Or would something like this be helpful to someone like me, who has never used a continuous integration tool?

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Hi Michael,

I would say you would be the perfect audience for the Hudson 3 Essentials book. The book starts with no assumptions about experience with other CI tools. The book is example driven and covers the main features of Hudson 3. I wanted the book to be very hands-on and show more than tell you how to do things.

If you have experience with CI tools other than Hudson/Jenkins, the book could help you quickly get up to speed on Hudson.

Non-programmers (operations users or managers) may find the book useful as it shows how to use Hudson 3 to track and understand the development life-cycle and keep up with the status/health of the project.

I do think if you are an experienced Hudson/Jenkins user, there may only be a couple of interesting topics (writing a plugin, the Team Concept feature that was added in Hudson 3.1).

Lloyd
 
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