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LambCI — a serverless build system
Run CI builds on Lambda:
LambCI is a tool I began building over a year ago to run tests on our pull requests and branches at Uniqlo Mobile. Inspired at the inaugural ServerlessConf a few weeks ago, I recently put some work into hammering it into shape for public consumption.
It was borne of a dissatisfaction with the two current choices for automated testing on private projects. You can either pay for it as a service (Travis, CircleCI, etc) — where 3 developers needing their own build containers might set you back a few hundred dollars a month. Or you can setup a system like Jenkins, Strider, etc and configure and manage a database, a web server and a cluster of build servers .
In both cases you’ll be under- or overutilized, waiting for servers to free up or paying for server power you’re not using. And this, for me, is where the advantage of a serverless architecture really comes to light: 100% utilization, coupled with instant invocations.
lambci  ci  builds  jenkins  testing  coding 
11 weeks ago by jm
Kerbal Control Panel
A beautiful piece of faux-industrial design for a Kerbal Space Program control panel. I particularly like the "NASA-approved" three-step arm-and-execute switches
hardware  switches  gadgets  builds  ksc  kerbal  hacks 
august 2016 by jm
How Etsy Does Continuous Integration for Mobile Apps
Very impressive. I particularly like the use of Tester Dojos to get through a backlog of unwritten tests -- we had a similar problem recently...
dojos  testing  ci  cd  builds  etsy  mobile  ios  shenzen  trylib  jenkins  tester-dojos 
december 2014 by jm
Hudson Nabaztag Plugin
get a glowing rabbit to semaphore latest C-I build status
nabaztag  hudson  gadgets  silly  hardware  c-i  builds  from delicious
september 2009 by jm

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