User Friendly Ways to Create Pipelines

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This meetup is devoted to Pipeline development and will be beneficial to Jenkins users of all levels.

WHERE: This YouTube Live Event (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0suw2NaBFus)
(Recording will be available on YouTube shortly after the event)

WHEN: Wednesday February 15 @ 8am PST (https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=User+Friendly+Ways+to+Create+Pipelines&iso=20170215T08&p1=224)

Q&A / Chat on #jenkins IRC Channel
(Reminder: Various discussions takes place on this channel at the same time, for questions specific to this event - mark your question with *O-JAM during the event)

8:00 - 8:15am Introducing Pipeline and the New Declarative Syntax [Patrick Wolf] (https://github.com/HRMPW)
Pipeline allows users to define end-to-end delivery continuous delivery pipelines as part of their application code and was a major feature in the long-awaited release of Jenkins 2.x in early 2016. The release of Declarative Pipeline syntax extends all of the benefits of Pipeline to every user in Jenkins regardless of expertise.

8:15 - 8:45am Building you First Pipeline [Andrew Bayer] (https://github.com/abayer)
An intro to Declarative and a step by step demo to guide you putting together a first Pipeline assuming basic knowledge of Jenkins and Freestyle builds. Highlights: Agent, Stages, Steps, Tools, Environment and Post

8:45 - 9:15am Building a More Advanced Pipeline[Bobby Sandell]
Highlights: Docker agents, Shared workspace for Docker, Credentials.

9:15 - 9:45am Graphical Pipeline Editor (Blue Ocean) Preview [Keith Zantow] (https://github.com/kzantow)
The Blue Ocean Pipeline Editor allows for easy visual editing of Declarative Pipeline syntax. Along with the Pipeline Model Definition plugin release, there will be a preview of the Pipeline Editor, which allows for graphical editing and creation of pipeline scripts, including dynamic step editing and import/export of Declarative Pipeline syntax.

9:45am Close