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JAXenter interview with Matthew McCullough


June 17, 2010 By
hloney

Matthew McCullough, a member of the Sonatype training team and lead presenter with Ambient Ideas, was recently at JAX 2010 in Mainz. Matthew is an international Java conference speaker, and is an active Maven community member, and an active contributor to many open source, and several Maven-specific projects, such as the Maven 2 CLI Plugin. […]

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Maven Enforcer Plugin Tutorial: Part 2


May 25, 2010 By
hloney

We have added new videos and tutorials to Sonatype’s YouTube channel. Matthew McCullough’s training videos on the Enforcer Plugin part 2 walks you through the various motivations for having consistent Maven development environments, and shows you how to employ best practices. More videos will be added regularly, so check our blog often!

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Chariot Solutions becomes Sonatype Certified Training Partner


April 7, 2010 By
hloney

Chariot Solutions, a leading technology consulting firm specializing in software development with Java and open source, is now a Sonatype Certified Training Partner.  Sonatype chose Chariot Solutions as a partner because of their deep understanding of Java training. We are excited to have Chariot Solutions as a Certified Training partner…Organizations can rely on Chariot Solutions […]

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Maven Training December Round-up


December 28, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

We’ve got two more training classes coming up in January. These classes have been filling up, so make sure that you register early if you are interested. In the following post, I’m going to summarize some of the things we’ve learned from training this month. January 12-14: MVN-101 – Maven Mechanics January 26-28: MVN-201 – […]

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Maven training at Øredev


October 22, 2009 By
Anders Hammar

Jason and I are doing a Maven tutorial at Øredev, a developer conference in Malmo, Sweden. The session is on Tuesday Nov 3 and will be based on Sonatype’s MVN-101 course, where we will explain the motivation behind Maven and go through its core concepts. The emphasis will be on the Project Object Model (POM) […]

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