What the butler saw: Windows developers getting friendly with Jenkins and open source

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What the butler saw: Windows developers getting friendly with Jenkins and open source

Microsoft's move to embrace open source technologies has made their users more open to adopting tools like Jenkins, says Tyler Croy

Version 2.0 of Jenkins, the open source automation server and continuous delivery software development platform, was released last week, a decade after it began life as Hudson, a Sun Microsystems (now...

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