Yearly Archives: 2010

Introducing Sonatype Professional Suite


December 2, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype is pleased to announce the launch of Sonatype Professional, the only integrated development suite for Maven-centric Java development. Sonatype Professional integrates and enhances a range of popular open source technologies to streamline Java software development and is specifically designed to improve both the speed and quality of your Java builds. Sonatype Professional integrates the […]

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m2e at Eclipse: What will this mean for you?


December 1, 2010 By
Pascal

As previously mentioned we are in the process of moving m2e to the Eclipse Foundation.  Currently we are going over the implications of this move from an end-user perspective and an m2e extension developer’s perspective. From an end-user perspective this means a wider availability of m2eclipse, but more importantly it means an alignment of m2e […]

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m2e 0.12 release and the future of m2e


November 29, 2010 By
Pascal

Sonatype recently announced the availability of m2eclipse 0.12.  This release includes support for Maven 3.0 and many improvements in the HTTP transport code. This should be the last release made available from the Sonatype servers.  But not to worry, we are not stopping the development. In fact, quite conversely, we are ramping up our efforts […]

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Learn about Continuous Integration with Hudson & Matrix


November 19, 2010 By
hloney

Continuous Integration is a label for a set of tools and techniques that constantly build and report on the health of your applications, preventing developers from checking in broken code, and allowing your development teams to focus on continual improvement overall code quality. It lets you spot problems early in the development process, before testers […]

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What's in Maven 3.0 for Plugin Authors?


November 17, 2010 By
Bentmann Benjamin

While Maven 3 is a dramatic improvement over Maven 2 from the perspective of performance, extensibility, and architecture, most end-users are motivated by plugins. This has been true about Maven from the beginning, while the framework has value, it is the plugins that make the difference. This blog focuses on the changes that are of […]

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NYJavaSIG monthly meeting this week


By
hloney

The NYJavaSIG will be holding their monthly meeting this week, and Sonatype founder Jason van Zyl is attending to present on Next Generation Development Infrastructure.  The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of Java software engineers, Java application designers, technical managers and new media Java developers that have a common interest in all aspects of […]

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Sonatype at Ottawa's Eclipse DemoCamp


November 16, 2010 By
hloney

On Wednesday night, members of the Sonatype team will be giving presentations on Tycho and Developer Onboarding at the Ottawa Eclipse DemoCamp.  We hope to see you there! A DemoCamp is an informal event for a group of Eclipse enthusiasts to meet up and demo what they are doing with Eclipse. Eclipse DemoCamps are an opportunity […]

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Register for Sonatype Professional for Maven and Nexus users


By
hloney

A brand new webinar has been added to the Sonatype schedule: Sonatype Professional for Maven and Nexus users. Sonatype Professional extends your investments in Maven and Nexus to transform your software development process. Sonatype Professional is a suite of next generation development infrastructure specifically designed to extend the Maven ecosystem to improve both the speed […]

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