We’ve had many requests for a Nexus class and are pleased to announce that we have added Nexus Best Practices to our Sonatype Virtual Training lineup.
Nexus Best Practices will give you the knowledge and practical instruction to get the most from your Nexus repository. Take this class to get up to speed quickly, gain better control over your component usage, and see faster build times.
This virtual class is ideal for individuals and teams who are looking to get up to speed with Nexus quickly. It is also appropriate for existing Nexus users who are interested in gaining a greater understanding of the fundamentals, as well as advanced techniques and tips and tricks.
After this course, you will:
- Understand all of the benefits of using a repository manager
- Be proficient with installation and maintenance of your Nexus instance
- Use the Nexus user interface effectively as both a user and an administrator
- Support Nexus as a key component of your enterprise development infrastructure
- Gain control over the artifacts that can be proxied from external Maven repositories
- Understand how to use Nexus to support staged releases
Our first class is scheduled for Thursday, October 20 from 11:00AM-5PM EDT (GMT-0400).
Next week Sonatype is holding a training course on Maven Mechanics. There are still a few seats left, so it’s not too late to register! Maven Mechanics is the perfect course for anyone looking to learn more about Maven installation and configuration.
You will leave this Maven tutorial equipped with a full understanding of the Maven Project Object Model (POM) and a firm grasp of the underlying fundamentals of this development kit including:
- The Maven lifecycle
- Maven plugins and goals
- Multi-module Maven projects
- The contents of the Project Object Model (POM)
Training course info:
Sonatype training is suited for teams of all skill levels. Whether you are just adopting Maven in your development infrastructure or have been using it for a while, you will benefit from having your team trained by Sonatype experts.
Core Maven contributors working at Sonatype carefully design our curriculum to cover topics from Maven basics to advanced development infrastructure design. To learn more about Sonatype training, click here.
You’ve probably heard that Sonatype teaches a series of online Maven training classes. They are a great way to get you and your team up and running on Maven, and if you have any specific questions we also make sure to leave some space in the class to answer any questions you might have. In my experience, the students that get the most from our classes are the students that ask questions.
In this post, I answer some of the questions that came up in our last training session.
There has been an incredible demand for Sonatype’s Maven training courses lately. You asked for more and we answered – We’ve opened up additional seats for our February training dates. Register today before your seat is taken!
Available training courses:
Due to incredible demand for Sonatype’s Maven training courses, we have added an additional training date to the February schedule.
On February 22, 2011 we will be holding an extra session of Maven 101: Maven Mechanics. This course is the premier Java developer training course. It covers Maven installation and configuration, explains the motivation behind Maven and gives an overview of related development tools. You will leave this Maven tutorial equipped with a full understanding of the Maven Project Object Model (POM) and a firm grasp of the underlying fundamentals of this development kit.
Enroll in MVN-101 today before spaces fill up!