Tuesday March 11th 2003 at 7:00pm
College of DuPage, SRC 1450b
As software projects grow in complexity, so does the time it takes to
resolve code integration issues, and locating bugs before they become
showstoppers to your project. Continuous Integration - the act of
building often; is often overlooked in the rush to develop software
quickly. It can also be the one idea that will save you from
Friday Night Fever: Code Integration.
In the presentation we will cover:
What is Continuous Integration?
Why Use Continuous Integration? What's in it for me?
What defines a sucessful build?
Continuous Integration and Testing
The evening will be capped with a demo of a very famous Open Source CI
tool: CruiseControl from Martin Fowler and the gang at ThoughtWorks.
During the demo, we will create our very own CI "process".
Cedrick Johnson is an avid technology nut, constantly evangelizing
technologies that are changing the way companies do business. Johnson
has been experimenting with new ideas in Java since late 1996, and has
been a part of the Open Source movement since late 2000. Johnson works
as the head of software testing for Catylist Real Estate Software
in downtown Chicago.
The next meeting of UniForum Chicago Java SIG will be from 7:00 pm to
9:00 PM on Tuesday, March 11th, 2003 at the College of DuPage. The address
of the meeting facility is:
College of DuPage
Building SRC, Rm 1450b
22nd and Lambert
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-6599
Take 355 to Butterfield Rd (Rt 56).
Take Butterfield West to Lambert Rd,
then Lambert Rd North to Circle Drive.
Turn right and look for Lot 8 or the Faculty/Staff parking lot (just north of Lot 8).
Walk to the SRC building, and enter through the south entryway.
Room 1450 is on the first floor, accessable through the cafeteria by walking through to the north end.
All UniForum Chicago general and SIG meetings are open to the public free of charge.
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