Companies using Jenkins?

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Christopher Orr

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Sep 4, 2011, 10:57:45 AM9/4/11
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Hi all,

I added some hierarchy to the "Who's using Jenkins" page here, including
a "Companies" section:
https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=58001258

However, that section is pretty sparse. I'm sure we can change that!

There are a number of big names mentioned in Kohsuke's JavaOne talk in
2009. Any idea how many of these are still accurate?
http://www.slideshare.net/haochenglee/hudson-ci/8

So, who out there is using Jenkins? Let us know!

The Jenkins instance doesn't need to be publicly visible, but a link to
the source would be nice, e.g. a presentation, article, mailing list
post etc..

Anyone with an account can add info to the wiki page, but I will also
try to add any info myself if people care to post info/links here :)

Thanks,
Chris

Stefa Nunninger

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Sep 10, 2011, 7:56:25 AM9/10/11
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Hi Christopher,

we at nuinno are using Jenkins for developing embedded systems software.
The company nuinno is based in Germany and is specialized in developing
embedded real time systems with strong integration of hardware and
software. You may add a link to us at www.nuinno.de.

Even though Jenkins is strongly used by Java developers, we use it for
embedded software mainly written in C. Our Jenkins projects are all
free-style projects and connect with various compiler and development
tools. Jenkins now is an important part in our development process.
Beside building software, Jenkins executes automatet tests, calculates
metrics, generates documentation and improves the communication between
developers. We are very satisfied with the functionality and stability
of Jenkins.

So I want to thank you all for creating such a great tool.

Stefan Nunninger

Rob Petti

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Sep 15, 2011, 10:54:15 AM9/15/11
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HP, or more specifically their recently acquired subsidiary, Autonomy.
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