Tag Archives: Apache Maven

Simplified Releases to the Central Repository with Nexus


September 30, 2013 By
Manfred Moser

The Central Repository continues to be the largest repository of binary components for Java developers and beyond. A majority of open source projects including organizations such as Apache Software Foundation, Google , Github and many more take advantage of the free hosting via the Sonatype Open Source Software Repository Hosting OSSRH. The release automation for […]

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New Webinar – Futures: Component Lifecycle Management with Your Apache Maven Infrastructure


June 19, 2012 By
Emily Blades

Over the past ten years, demands for faster and better software have reshaped the way we do our jobs. Software used to be written. Today it’s assembled from components, and built and delivered continuously. Join Jason van Zyl, for 30 minutes on Thursday, June 28 at 2:00PM EDT (GMT-0400) when he will be discussing the […]

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November Community Spotlight: Manfred Moser of simpligility technologies


November 7, 2011 By
Emily Blades

Open source software emerges when people work in unison to create something greater than any one of them could create on their own. While the result may always be a collective work, the contributions and sacrifices that make a project thrive are always individual. These contributions deserve recognition. Sonatype will be paying tribute to the […]

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October Community Spotlight: Anders Hammar, Devoteam Sweden


October 13, 2011 By
Emily Blades

Open source software emerges when people work in unison to create something greater than any one of them could create on their own. While the result may always be a collective work, the contributions and sacrifices that make a project thrive are always individual. These contributions deserve recognition. Sonatype will be paying tribute to the […]

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Listen to Brian Fox discuss Maven 3 on BasementCoders.com


August 3, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

Craig Tataryn of BasementCoders.com interviewed Brian Fox about the upcoming release of Maven 3. From Basementcoders.com: “With the Maven 3 betas being out and packing a tonne of cool features we decided that we needed to sit down and talk with someone in the know. Enter Brian Fox, PMC Chair Apache Maven and VP of […]

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Jason van Zyl talks to How Software is Built


June 28, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype founder and CTO Jason van Zyl recently talked with Scott Swigart from How Software is Built. How Software is Built is a blog forum that aims to provide deep analysis and community conversations about software development models.  Scott and Jason talked about the Apache Maven project. Here is a small excerpt from the interview, […]

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Maven Team Announces Release of Apache Maven 3.0-beta-1


April 23, 2010 By

The Maven team is pleased to announce the release of Apache Maven 3.0-beta-1.  While there is still important work to be done on Maven 3, the project has successfully transitioned form alpha to beta.  Maven is a project comprehension and build tool, designed to simplify the process of maintaining a healthy development lifecycle for your project. […]

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Sonatype Maven Meetup Wrap-Up


April 16, 2010 By
hloney

On April 7, 2010 Sonatype hosted a Maven Meetup in downtown Philadelphia.  Day-long presentations in two tracks covered tools such as the Apache Maven build and release manager, Hudson continuous integration engine, Nexus repository manager, Sonar quality server and other technologies widely used by software developers around the world. Click here to read more about […]

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On the Web: Testing Javascript with Apache Maven


March 18, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

A few years ago Javascript was still something of a curiosity for most web developers.   Fast forward to 2010, and most web applications are using liberal amounts of Javascript to take advantage of AJAX interactions and REST services.   Once a curiosity, Javascript is now a primary artifact in a web project. Javascript deserves […]

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