Go back to the e-newsletterJamala Wildlife Lodge already offers an experience like no other, featuring deluxe accommodation combined with unforgettable animal encounters, five-star dining and world class tours of the National Zoo & Aquarium.This winter Jamala will be bringing the popular Truffle Safari back for another year, offering guests stays in any uShaka Lodge room on a Tuesday night between June and August (excluding school holidays). This gives overnighters the opportunity to enjoy all of the perks of a stay at Jamala – in addition to a Canberra-exclusive experience at a nearby trufferie.Guests will travel to the Truffle Farm where they will be taken on a private tour with the owner, Jayson Mesman, and then treated to a three-course truffle inspired lunch, prepared by AHA Australian Chef of the Year, Damian Brabender.In addition to the Truffle Safari, Jamala will also be unveiling a partnership with the National Gallery of Australia and their never before seen Cartier Exhibition. Guests staying in any uShaka Lodge room on a Wednesday night between 1 May and 22 July will receive free tickets to the glittering Cartier Exhibition, including a tour andbeautiful catalogue to take away from the event.The ultimate luxury experienceWhy not enjoy both luxury packages at the same time, creating the ultimate Canberra winter experience? Guests booking in to a uShaka Lodge room for a consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday night during the dates above will get to experience both the Truffle Safari and the Cartier packages, as well as enjoying a 10 per cent discount!Go back to the e-newsletter
In addition, CloudBees will now be able to provide a broader CI/CD portfolio to organizations of all sizes, and Codeship will be able to provide more extensive customer service and support.“Together with CloudBees we can make sure that you’re never blocked on your path to CI/CD adoption. You can start with a simple and easy-to-use SaaS with a small team, and evolve to centrally managed and fully customized build machines at scale for tens of thousands of developers and IT professionals,” Codeship CEO and founder Moritz Plassnig wrote in a post. Other features of Codeship include: cloud native support, language agnostics, parallel pipelines, concurrent builds, control over workflows, predictable scaling, single-tenancy, SSH key access, permissions and cache encryption. “As the adoption of DevOps and cloud computing accelerates at warp speed within organizations, CI and CD are their strategic backbone on which the DNA of their software value creation gets codified. From applications to infrastructure as code, every IT asset definition flows through a continuous pipeline engine, that’s CI/CD,” Labourey wrote in a blog post. CloudBees is strengthening its position in the continuous integration and continuous delivery space with the acquisition of Codeship. Codeship is a SaaS-based CD platform for automated, cloud-based software delivery. “This is the most impactful acquisition in CloudBees’ history,” said Sacha Labourey, CEO and co-founder of CloudBees. “We’ve been leading the continuous delivery and DevOps industry with automation solutions and we recognize that needs are evolving quickly. With Codeship, we want to provide organizations an additional option that is self-service and easy to use. This acquisition ensures that CloudBees will be able to offer a range of CI/CD solutions, from cloud, self-service and opinionated to on-premise, self-managed and fully customizable – all through a smooth and unified experience.”Codeship features three solutions: Codeship Basic, Codeship Pro and Codeship Enterprise. Basic and Pro feature a free tier as well as the ability for open source projects. Pro features a pipeline as code solution and supports Docker natively. The enterprise edition takes a hybrid approach to CD and enables users to run builds in the cloud and host their source code on-premise. Going forward, Codeship will continue to deliver these products under the CloudBees brand. CloudBees will retain Codeship executives and employees, and will integrate them into the CloudBees team.
Marvel releases every post-credits scene from movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe in anticipation of the premiere of Avengers: Endgame. Today, Marvel Studios’ Twitter shared every post-credits sequence featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting with Nick Fury’s appearance in 2008’s Iron Man. The thread culminates with the official release of Captain Marvel‘s mid-credits scene. “Where’s Fury?” pic.twitter.com/NxJ4sQeqDc&mdash Marvel Studios @MarvelStudios April 22, 2019 While the Avengers will be going in short-handed for round two against Thanos, they will have a new and powerful ally in the form of Captain Marvel. She is, perhaps, the most powerful hero we’ve been introduced to in the MCU up to this point. Plus, the gang is more determined than ever to avenge the fallen. Finally, Avengers: Endgame The film arrives April 26. Source: CBR