Last week we hosted our first Hacksgiving event, a two-day virtual hackathon with a number of recorded sessions and plenty of pull requests submitted, I would say it was a success! I would like to thank everybody who took the time to watch, chat and present in the Hacker Hangout.
Now that everybody has had time to recover from the turkey and travel, we have some videos of the sessions sliced out and ready for publication.
In addition to the recorded sessions, there were a number of notes captured with useful links associated with practically each session. You can find those notes at the bottom of the Hacksgiving page.
|The following videos are all available in this YouTube playlist|
This session was hosted by rtyler and meant to provide a cursory overview of where to get started with contributing to the Jenkins project
This session was given both days of Hacksgiving by schristou and does a really great job of introducing the viewer to getting started with developing a Jenkins plugin with Java.
Another impromptu session, this time with danielbeck hosting. In this session Daniel walks through a plugin he was working on for Hacksgiving and adds internationalization support while answering a few questions here and there.
This was the last session of Hacksgiving, hosted by abayer and ended up being more like a casual discussion of the current status and future work in the plugin development ecosystem.