2009 is almost done. Here’s the top 10 posts of the year.
- #10 was Continuous Integration Doom and Gloom? It’ll be interesting to see what the winter holds. Everyone still seems to be in the game.
- At #9 we have The quest for a decent Ruby Continuous Integration tool. In 2009, Ruby support improved for several CI servers.
- #8: If only I could stop writing a great blog post, only to realise that I’ve paraphrased one of James Shores’ posts. Continuous Integration is an attitude
- #7 was a post about DebGem:A solution to broken Gems? I’m not sure it took off. I’m not done on this subject and I think there’s more we can all do. Look out for more next year.
- #6: GitHub announce CI Joe. Git might be a bit minging sometimes; but I love what GitHub have done. When was the last time you emailed an SVN diff?
- #5 was the Kohsuke Kawaguchi Hudson Webinar. I’m in danger of sounding like a fanboy here.
- #4 was a lot of fun. Tell us a story, win Atlassian swag.. I plan to give away some Build Doctor shirts next year. The only thing stopping me is artwork.
- #3 was the factual Hudson on Ubuntu with Big Visible results in six steps. I can’t see the damn thing at my day job, without standing up and peering over my display.
- #2 was Every Continuous Integration server that supports Ruby + Git. ‘Nuff said.
- And the prize for #1 post goes to Sun for Sun enters the Continuous Integration business.
Wait. I don’t have a prize. Oh well. Happy New Year!
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