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My Jenkins Story: Writing a Jenkins Shared Library

When i first came to know of about Jenkins Shared Library, my thoughts were that it is an opportunity to abstract away common pipeline code that can be reused by many pipelines without having to repeat the same code definitions in your pipeline code. Thus making your pipelines more ‘DRY’ (Don’t Repeat Yourself).

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