Tag Archives: Hudson

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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Sonatype at JAX 2010 in Germany


April 15, 2010 By
hloney

This May Sonatype’s founder, Jason van Zyl, will be speaking at JAX 2010 in Germany.  Van Zyl will be making two presentations at JAX, on the Next Generation Maven Development Stack, and Enterprise Development with m2eclipse, Nexus, and Hudson.  JAX is a world-leading comprehensive conference on web and enterprise development. It provides an ideal forum […]

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Sonatype and the Future of Maven this week in Philadelphia


April 6, 2010 By
hloney

Sonatype is hosting a Maven Meetup in downtown Philadelphia Wednesday April 7, 2010.  Presentations will cover Maven 3.0, Nexus, Hudson, Tycho, m2eclsipse, and more.  There are still a few seats left, so visit www.sonatype.com/meetup2010 to register. And on Tuesday April 6, Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl will be the guest speaker at the Philly Java User […]

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Discuss the Future of Maven in Philadelphia


April 1, 2010 By
hloney

April 7, 2010 Sonatype is hosting a Maven Meetup in downtown Philadelphia ahead of Emerging Technology for the Enterprise.  Take part in presentations given by the developers who are building the Maven software you will be using in the future.  Registration is filling up fast, there are only a few seats left.  Learn about Apache […]

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EclipseMagazine Interview with Jason van Zyl on the Maven Ecosystem


March 29, 2010 By
Jason van Zyl

Recently, I was asked to do an interview for EclipseMagazine about the future of Maven and release of Maven 3.0.  JAXenter published part one and two of the interview over two weeks.  Below is the full interview, which covers everything from changes Maven 2 users can expect when migrating to Maven 3, Nexus repository manager, […]

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Sonatype Maven Meetup in Philadelphia


March 5, 2010 By
hloney

Register today for the Sonatype Maven Meetup being held this April.  The meetup will take place in Philadelphia at the Sheraton Society Hill, on April 7, 2010. The meetup will focus on development infrastructure technologies, offering talks and workshops led by core contributors and package maintainers. Sessions in two tracks will cover tools such as […]

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Maven 3 Presentation at Devnexus 2010 in Atlanta


February 26, 2010 By
hloney

Devnexus 2010 is the annual Professional Developer Conference, and is being held in Atlanta on March 8 and 9.  Sonatype’s Jason van Zyl will be in Atlanta on March 8 to give a presentation on Maven 3 and Next Generation Development Infrastructure.  The presentation will cover the future of Maven, Maven 3, the release of […]

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Next Generation Maven Development Stack @ JFokus


January 26, 2010 By
Jason van Zyl

For my talk today at JFokus today I’ve taken the liberty of starting some notes for folks interested in attending. There’s a lot to cover and so I thought I would try the approach of providing some material up front so the session can be more of a dialog. I’m going to attempt to cover […]

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Online Maven and Nexus Training Now Available from Sonatype


July 20, 2009 By

Sonatype – the Maven Company – is the best source for learning about efficient infrastructure for your software development teams. Starting this week, it is easier than ever to get started. Sonatype now offers online training courses. No need to book a flight, hotel, or car: all it takes is a high-speed internet connection and […]

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The Ulitimate Java Build System


May 6, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Christopher Judd places Nexus, Hudson, and Maven in his “Ultimate Java Build System” stack: “Now after all these years, I think I found the right solutions for Enterprise Java Builds. The solution involves 5 open source projects: Maven, Subversion, Hudson, Nexus, Sonar.” We’re convinced that Nexus provides the best option for repository management, and as […]

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