Monday, March 19, 2012

Who broke the build massacre

Recently it's becoming more and more popular to create gadgets that "attack" or "shame" the one that broke the build on Jenkins. Some of them are really creative and funny!

This doesn't change the fact that it is outrageous and completely unprofessional that such "tools" are even needed. All that under the assumption that the person that did break the build (or even made it unstable) couldn't care less about it.

So my advice to you: do care about the stability of your work! Or else don't do software development - it's out of your league! You don't fit in!

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