Tag Archives: Sonatype

You Don’t Need A Browser to Use Maven Central


June 9, 2011 By
Joel Orlina

Since its release in January, the Maven Central website (http://search.maven.org) has provided Apache Maven users with: Search functionality that allows one to quickly track down artifacts and their dependency details when trying to resolve build problems. Browse functionality that aids in discovery of new artifacts to use in projects. In the intervening months, Sonatype has […]

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Are you going to EclipseCon 2011?


By
hloney

Are you headed to EclipseCon 2011? It’s not too late to make plans to head to Santa Clara, California in March. EclipseCon is the conference for anyone involved in Eclipse. As a proud member of the Eclipse Foundation, Sonatype is looking forward to another year of great talks, tutorials and BOF’s. We will be hosting […]

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Take the Hudson survey


February 8, 2011 By
hloney

Now the time has come to look to the future for Hudson. To guide our work on the Hudson project, we want to understand how you’re using Hudson and what you might need going forward. Take a few minutes to fill out the Hudson community survey. To thank you for your time, survey respondents will […]

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New Service to Search for Artifacts in Maven Central


February 7, 2011 By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype is pleased to announce the availability of http://mavencentral.sonatype.com, a new website for searching the artifacts in the Maven Central Repository. What makes this new service  different from other sites that index and search the central repository?  The new search service is not just a place for quickly and easily researching artifacts on which your […]

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Hudson's Bright Future


February 3, 2011 By
Jason van Zyl

We believe that Hudson users can look forward to a long, bright future. Working with the community, Oracle and Sonatype are each putting a number of full-time engineering resources on Hudson. The Hudson lead, Winston Prakash from Oracle, is highly skilled, very thoughtful, and he cares about the community. He is also the first person to […]

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