We’ve made some big announcements this month: launching our brand-new uberSVN Access Control product and a series of conferences for the Apache Subversion communities in the US and UK. We’ve also been out-and-about attending some exciting industry events, including the Jenkins User Conference in New York, and the International Trade Awards. Read on, to find out what else we’ve been up to this month!
SVN Live - Back for 2012
After getting a great response from the Apache Subversion community in 2011, SVN Live is back for 2012! SVN Live 2012 will take place in San Francisco (October 10th & 11th) Greenwich, Connecticut (October 16th & 17th) and London (October 23rd & 24th.) The conference will feature a unique mix of sessions; expert-led best practices workshops and invaluable networking opportunities. Confirmed sessions include:
- Branching & Merging Best Practices
- Merge & Performance Improvements
- Committer Roundtable
- What's coming in 1.8 Overview, with Hyrum Wright, Stefan Fuhrmann, Julian Foad and Philip Martin.
Registration for SVN Live will be opening soon! Be sure to follow us @WANdisco and @uberSVN for all the latest, breaking news.
WANdisco Wins Technology Provider Award
We attended the Insider Yorkshire International Trade Awards this month, and were proud to win their Technology Provider award. The International Trade Awards celebrate the success of companies involved with overseas trade, and international businesses that invest in the Yorkshire and Humberside area.
“It is clearly playing in some big global markets,” said the judges, about selecting WANdisco for their Technology Provider award. “This is really advanced technology – you can see it is on an upward path – and it is selling that technology to some really big companies."
Apache Subversion 1.7.5 Released
The Apache Subversion community has released another update to the 1.7 release series. The latest Subversion 1.7.5 release features a string of enhancements, including a performance improvement for scanning the working copy root, and a memory and file-handle management improvement, alongside a list of bug fixes.
As ever, the latest binaries are available for free download from the WANdisco website and users of uberSVN, the free, open ALM platform for Apache Subversion, can easily upgrade to 1.7.5 from inside their installation.
We’re Sponsoring the Jenkins User Conference!
If you’re a Jenkins user (or even an uberSVN+Jenkins user!) you will no doubt already have heard about this year’s Jenkins User Conference series, which takes place in six cities in 2012. As a proud CloudBees partner, we were excited to not only sponsor two of the conferences, but we also attended the event in New York this month. You can read all about our time at JUC NY at the WANdisco blog.
Missed out on the fun in New York? We’ll also be attending the JUC in San Francisco in September. If you want more info on using Jenkins with uberSVN, the replay of our ‘9 Ways to Dominate Development with Jenkins’ webinar is now available at our Webinar Replays page. The '9 Ways to Dominate Development with Jenkins’ replay covers the essentials of setting up Jenkins through uberSVN, and shares nine best practices for using Jenkins with uberSVN.
uberSVN can be downloaded for free from http://www.ubersvn.com/