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Watch Me Code, Episode 3 [Video]

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Watch Me Code, Episode 3 [Video]

As we continue developing the pipeline, we can set up event notification so that the repository is discovered as soon as it has a branch with a Jenkinsfile.

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In Episode 2 we set up the MVP for and ASF Git Organization folder functionality. The MVP will only discover new repositories when we trigger a scan. What we'd really like is to wire this up to event notification so that the repository is discovered as soon as it has a branch with a Jenkinsfile.


My plan for the "Watch Me Code" series is that these videos will be unscripted and unedited. On this occasion, you get to see me be surprised by something actually working first time... this does not bode well for the future episodes as Murphy's laws will probably be paying strict attention from now on!

If you want to look at the code that I developed in the video, the changes are here.

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