Read about the latest Sonatype developments in our October Newsletter, which you can read here.
The newsletter includes the following stories:
- Sonatype Insight: Get the Back Story on Our New Product
- New Nexus Training Available Now
- Webinar: Increase Benefits and Reduce Risk of Open Source
- Recently on Our Blog: Why You Need to Monitor Your Components
- Maven Training Dates
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Sonatype’s November 2010 newsletter is now available in our Resource Center. In this issue we preview upcoming events and webinars, such as the Continuous Integration for the Enterprise event happening this December in Philadelphia, and the Sonatype Professional preview webinar. You can also learn about our upcoming training course, Maven 101 – Maven Mechanics.
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The August edition of the Sonatype newsletter is now available. Read all about Aether, Eclipse Day and other events we’ll be attending, and our upcoming webinar series on Build Promotion with Nexus Professional.
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In the April 2009 newsletter:
- Jason van Zyl presents the plans for Maven 3
- Introduction to Repository Management
- Sonatype releases Nexus 1.3.3 and Nexus Professional 1.3.3
- The new schedule for Maven training days
- The top-10 blog entries in March 2009
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