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 Java Technology. They currently have over 6,500 members.
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On Thursday November 18 Sonatype founder Jason van Zyl will be attending the NYJavaSIG Java user group meeting.
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 Java Technology. They currently have over 6,500 members and meet once a month.
van Zyl will be giving a presentation on Next Generation Development Infrastructure with Maven, m2eclipse, Nexus and Hudson.
This week Sonatype will be at JavaOne 2010 in San Francisco, California. JavaOne is an annual conference to discuss Java technologies among Java developers. JavaOne is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and is co-located with Oracle OpenWorld from September 19-23.
Technical sessions on a variety of topics will be held each day from leading experts in the Java, PL/SQL, rich internet application development, SOA communities.
If you’re attending JavaOne, be sure to pop by the Sonatype booth (5509) to learn more about our latest projects!
This year, the Sonatype team will be giving three presentations at JavaOne. If you can’t be there in person, follow Sonatype on Twitter for the latest updates!
If you already use Maven, developing a Android application isn’t going to be a stretch. There’s a very active community of open source projects for maven-droid development, and the Android SDK artifacts are available on Central.
You’ve probably noticed increased advertising for Google’s Android platform over the past few months. The mobile wars are heating up with the release of iPhone 4 and Android-based phones seem to be gaining market share at a rapid pace. Even if you don’t already develop for a mobile platform, you, your company, the organization you are a part of has started to have discussions about developing applications for these smart phones.
If you are thinking about mobile development with Maven, Here are some pointers to some great resources to get you started:
Chariot Solutions, a leading technology consulting firm specializing in software development with Java and open source, is now a Sonatype Certified Training Partner. Sonatype chose Chariot Solutions as a partner because of their deep understanding of Java training.
We are excited to have Chariot Solutions as a Certified Training partner…Organizations can rely on Chariot Solutions to provide a quality learning experience that will help them gain the most business value from their investment in Sonatype.
To learn more about Chariot Solutions, visit their website at www.chariotsolutions.com. For more on Sonatype’s partnership with Chariot Solutions, click here.