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Dear All,

I am fairly new to the concept of CI/CD, Jenkins. Can anyone suggest me good books on Jenkins which would be both - fairly quick to learn as well as covering most of the stuff in it.

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Pankaj
 
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There are a number of sources in various places. Some of the ones that come to mind are:

1. The Jenkins open source project, itself. For example: Use Jenkins - Jenkins - Jenkins Wiki
2. IRC specifics: IRC Channel - Jenkins - Jenkins Wiki
3. The Jenkins CI blog: Home - Jenkins - Jenkins Wiki
 
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O'Reilly has a book on Jenkins, but it is a number of years old. Jenkins changes quickly, so I agree that you'd be better off using the online documentation.

Ci/CD is another story as the concepts don't change much. Martin Fowler's Continuous Delivery book is excellent.
 
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