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Integrating with SonarQube

Many development organizations we work with have turned to SonarQube as a dashboard to visualize and measure their code quality.

Never a More Interesting Time

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity…”, penned Charles Dickens in 1859’s A Tale of Two Cities.

Hear no Evil, See no Evil, Deploy no Evil

I was going to start off listing a series of what I think are easy questions that I reckon everyone in technology should be able to answer even if they are not or have never been involved with writing software. I gave this some serious thought and decided (perhaps a little arbitrarily) that, actually, I’m really only interested in one single question for now and that is ‘should software be tested’?

Part 3 – [ ________ ] is the Best Policy

Bringing You Up to Speed

"Wait! Wait! Don't pwn me!" from Black Hat 2014

At the Black Hat 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, Mark Miller, Community Advocate for Nexus, and Executive Producer of the OWASP 24/7 Podcast Series, presented the third installment of the OWASP security news quizz, "Wait, Wait! Don't Pwn Me!". Play along and see how many news stories you can identify for the month of August 2014.

Part 2 - [ ________ ] is the Best Policy

In Part 1, ‘[ ________ ] is the Best Policy, we looked at some of the common aspects of an open source policy and discussed how our recent survey discovered that 41% of people think that policies are not enforced. Now in Part 2, we will look at how effective policies are when considering security concerns.

Part 1 - [ ________ ] is the Best Policy

This is me, David Jones (@makefantastic), and I've never claimed to be photogenic.

HTTPS Support Launching Now!

It is live! Within an extremely short turnaround time the Sonatype Operations team has coordinated certificates and other setup with our excellent CDN provider Fastly and you can now all enjoy the content of the Central Repository via HTTPS/SSL.