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Terry Bernstein

Recent Posts by Terry Bernstein:

What is Central?

"Central", "Maven Central", "The Central Repository". You'll here these terms a lot when discussing Java open source-based development. At Sonatype, we often take it for granted that everyone knows what we mean when we say "Central". We know that's not true, so we've put together this short video overview of Central and what it means to the Java community. Enjoy.

How well do you know your open source licensing?

Choosing components with appropriate licenses is critical to ensuring you realize the benefits and avoid the risks when developing with open source components. But, how well do you know your licenses?

Establish Mechanisms to Monitor Your Governance Program: Open Source Development Tip #10

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we complete the series with a tip on establishing mechanisms to monitor the effectiveness of your open source governance program.

Continuously Monitor Production Applications: Open Source Development Tip #9

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on continuously monitoring production applications to learn of newly discovered issues.

Build Open Source Management into Software Development: Open Source Development Tip #8

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on building open source management into your software development process.

How to publish your Gradle project to the Central Repository

Sonatype makes it easy to add your projects to the Central Repository with a free, public hosting service called OSSRH, that we recently wrote about here. Many developers have found this a very useful service and easy to use with Apache Maven. However, if you've started using Gradle, you may have wondered if you could continue using the service. The answer is absolutely YES.

Establish a Policy of Service and Support: Open Source Development Tip #7

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on establishing a service and support policy.