Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Google using buildbot for Chromium continuous integration
Via Ben Bangert, this gem of a page showing the continuous integration status for the Chromium project at Google. It's cool to see that they're using buildbot. But just like Ben says -- I wish they open sourced the look and feel of that buildbot status page ;-)
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Modifying EC2 security groups via AWS Lambda functions
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My name is Gil Zilberfeld, and with my colleague, Roy Osherove, we do a video cast called: This week in testing.
Roy talks a bit about this blog in this episode, so please come and watch. And if you like, talk about us so more people can enjoy.
The view is called the "console" view:
And it's now available in upstream buildbot trunk, did I get that right?
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