Tag Archives: Sonatype

Hudson Continuous Integration with Sonatype Professional webinar


January 20, 2011 By
hloney

The Sonatype-enhanced distribution of Hudson included in the Sonatype Professional suite is designed to meet the demands of mission-critical software development. Sign up today for Sonatype’s upcoming webinar on Hudson Continuous Integration with Sonatype Professional. Register for this webinar to learn how Sonatype Professional empowers teams to realize the promise of agile development through continuous […]

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1,600 Developers Speak — And They Want Better Integration


January 19, 2011 By
Charles Gold

The results are in, and we’re taking note of some interesting trends. If you participated in the survey, or if your just interested in this snapshot of the development infrastructure landscape, take a look at the results of our survey, or read some of the highlights in the following post. There is broad support for […]

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Sonatype Newsletter: Results from our development survey & more


January 18, 2011 By
hloney

Keep up to date with exciting product announcements and upcoming events from the Sonatype team with our monthly newsletter. Our latest issue covers the Sonatype’s software development infrastructure survey results, the importance of training, and Sonatype training dates that we’ve added to our schedule. Overwhelming Response to Sonatype’s Software Development Infrastructure Survey We asked you […]

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Maven training dates added in February


January 15, 2011 By
hloney

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 […]

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Minor Update to the m2eclipse Book (Edition 1.2)


By
Tim O'Brien

At Sonatype, our books are constantly evolving and we’re planning on some big changes in the m2eclipse book over the next few months including new information about how to use m2eclipse in concert with our other product offerings Nexus and Matrix. Today, a much smaller change: announcing a very minor update to the Sonatype m2eclipse […]

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How to sign up for Sonatype's book announcements


January 14, 2011 By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype’s documentation effort is an important component of our outreach to the community. We maintain the canonical reference for Maven, Nexus, and m2eclipse, making it easier for people to enter into the Maven ecosystem. While we’ve heard a lot of positive feedback from people over the past few years, we’ve also heard a common complaint: […]

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The Importance of Maven Training


January 10, 2011 By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype has introduced tens of thousands of people to Maven through our free Maven books, our numerous Maven training course, our consulting services, and our professional support efforts.  When you interact with so many working engineers and introduce Maven, you come away with a broader view of how developers approach tools. It sounds callous to […]

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Improving developer productivity with Sonatype Professional


January 5, 2011 By
hloney

Improving Developer Productivity with Sonatype Professional Development teams often struggle to achieve the full promise of agile methodologies using their current toolsets. Sonatype Professional is a suite of next generation development infrastructure software that extends the Maven ecosystem to improve both the speed and quality of Java development projects. Every feature of Sonatype Professional is […]

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Why Nexus Moved to the Affero General Public License


January 4, 2011 By
Wayne Jackson

When Sonatype originally chose the GPL license for Nexus, our goal was to provide an innovative OSS repository management technology to the community while also allowing Sonatype to grow a commercial product (Nexus Professional) by adding enterprise features on top of an open source core. At that time, Sonatype decided to use the GPL license […]

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