Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lessons learned moving jobs from Jenkins to Solano CI

I guess the first day of a new job was as good as any other to hear the words “we need you to port over a bunch of Jenkins jobs to Solano CI”. Considering I had never used Solano CI before, it seemed like a great learning experience. What I did not expect was that […]

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Changes to Solano Ruby Dependency Analysis

One of Solano CI’s features is to automatically detect project dependencies such as mysql or postgres.  For a Ruby project, this functionality works by analyzing the Gemfile in the project’s repo. We introduced Gemfile analysis originally in 2011, and the approach we took several years ago (which we’re calling v1) has recently shown a number […]

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