Tag Archives: Hudson

Hudson webinar recording now available


September 29, 2010 By
hloney

If you missed this week’s webinar on Hudson Integration for Maven Studio for Eclipse it’s not too late!  The webinar recording can be accessed here. This webinar will highlight features that are available with the Hudson Integration feature of Maven Studio for Eclipse. We will review the benefits of Hudson Integration directly from your Eclipse […]

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Hudson Integration webinar tomorrow!


September 27, 2010 By
hloney

It’s finally here!  Sonatype’s Hudson Integration webinar will be held tomorrow,  Tuesday September 28 at 6:00 am PDT, 3:00 PM Europe Summer Time. Led by Sonatype’s Senior Systems Engineer, Blaine Mincey, this webinar will highlight features that are available with the Hudson Integration feature of Maven Studio for Eclipse. It will review the benefits of […]

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Register for next week's Hudson webinar


September 21, 2010 By
hloney

On Tuesday September 28 Sonatype is holding a free webinar on Hudson Integration.  This highly anticipated webinar will highlight features that are available with the Hudson Integration feature of Maven Studio for Eclipse. Sonatype’s Senior Systems Engineer, Blaine Mincey, will review the benefits of Hudson Integration directly from your Eclipse development environment. This webinar will […]

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Hudson Integration webinar coming in September


August 26, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype will be holding a much anticipated webinar on Hudson Integration with Maven Studio for Eclipse next month.  On Tuesday September 28 Senior Systems Engineer at Sonatype, Blaine Mincey, will host a webinar that will show you how Hudson Integration will increase productivity, by allowing you to view the build results from your Hudson jobs […]

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Sonatype at Eclipse Day hosted by Google


August 23, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype will be presenting at Eclipse Day hosted by Google in California this week. Each year Google hosts an Eclipse Day and puts together an agenda that includes Eclipse and Google related topics. This year there will be presentations that feature Android, Helios, GWT, EGit, Linux Tools, Eclipse 4.0, EMF, XText and more. Sonatype’s founder, […]

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Benefits of a Repository Manager: Part III Continuous Build Deployment


August 6, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

In the previous post in this series I discussed three compelling ways in which a repository manager can benefit the development cycle. It proxies artifacts locally, it is optimized to store binary artifacts, and it facilitates a new level of collaboration and agility that isn’t possible when your SCM is only way for workgroups to […]

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Benefits of a Repository Manager: Part I


August 4, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

Whenever I speak to someone doing Java development, I always ask if they are using a repository manager. Repository managers are still an emerging technology, but I’ve noticed a consistent trend: more and more developers view a repository manager as an essential part of development infrastructure. This certainly wasn’t the case just two years ago, […]

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Sonatype at Eclipse Day, August 2010


July 19, 2010 By
hloney

This August Sonatype will be presenting at Eclipse Day hosted by Google in Mountain View, California.  Each year Google hosts an Eclipse Day and puts together an agenda that includes Eclipse and Google related topics.  This year there will be presentations that feature Android, Helios, GWT, EGit, Linux Tools, Eclipse 4.0, EMF, XText and more. […]

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Enterprise Development with m2eclipse, Nexus, and Hudson at JAX 2010 in Germany


May 3, 2010 By
hloney

This week Sonatype’s founder, Jason van Zyl, is speaking at JAX 2010 in Germany.  Van Zyl is giving two presentations at JAX, including Enterprise Development with m2eclipse, Nexus, and Hudson. All development organizations eventually converge on a set of tools to reduce costs, lower onboarding time, and leverage knowledge in strong communities to create standard […]

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