Last week there was a question on the Neo4J dev list about troubleshooting a Maven build. I responded with a quick list of things to check.
In this blog entry, Matt Raible talks about Jason van Zyl’s presentation at the Colorado Software Summit. Matt’s post is a good overview of combining Nexus, m2eclipse, and Hudson to create a smoothly operating system to manage all the moving parts that make up a modern software engineering effort.
It’s been more than a year that I’m working for Sonatype (mainly on Nexus), the successor of Proximity. It was a great year, spent with cool people, and with great events like (in order as they happened): my daughter was born, we released Nexus 1.0 to general public. The events were originally planned to be [...]
Inspiration In Mercury we made an attempt to bring some contemporary ideas into Maven, make Maven not a monolithic build system, but rather a lego-like construction set that allows users to create systems they need. One set of building blocks in particular – implementation of the idea that dependencies is a universal commodity, that exists [...]
I’ve been using Markdown for a while now, but to date embedding code was a bit of a pain with Pebble and Marsedit. Sonatype has switched over to using WordPress and I’ve installed a couple plugins to make working with Markdown and syntax-highlighted code very easy. The first plugin is Michael Fortin’s very cool PHP [...]