The March edition of Sonatype’s community newsletter is now available online!
In this issue:
EclipseCon 2011 is just days away, and the Sonatype team has a full schedule of sponsored talks and workshops.
This week we held a webinar on the Future of Hudson – if you missed the first run you can replay the webinar here.
And would you like a chance to win an Apple iPad 2? Take our survey on the future of our open source projects and commercial products. For survey rules, please click here.
The February issue of Sonatype’s community newsletter is now available.
In this issue you’ll find information on Hudson and the Hudson survey – we want you to tell us how you use Hudson, and what you need from Hudson moving forward. Fill out the survey for a chance to win an Apple iPad 3G!
Also in this issue: A real-time search service for Maven Central; Sonatype donates Maven indexer to the ASF; getting your developers productive in hours not days; and upcoming Sonatype’s Maven Training classes.
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Our latest issue covers the Sonatype’s software development infrastructure survey results, the importance of training, and Sonatype training dates that we’ve added to our schedule.
Overwhelming Response to Sonatype’s Software Development Infrastructure Survey
We asked you for your opinions, and your response was overwhelming — nearly 1,600 developers, architects, and managers responded to our survey.
Here’s what you’ve said so far:
- 33% of you have already widely adopted Apache Maven. Another 42% are using it and expect usage to increase.
- Nearly 40% of of you report that ’not knowing when a build has broken or why’ is a significant problem for their organization.
- More than 75% of your organizations have widely adopted an open source development infrastructure stack. 50% say it’s their corporate standard.
- 62% of you are frustrated at the lack of integration within your software development infrastructure.
To read more on our survey results and the rest of the newsletter, click here.