Learn about Continuous Integration with Hudson & Matrix

November 19, 2010 By Heather Loney

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Continuous Integration is a label for a set of tools and techniques that constantly build and report on the health of your applications, preventing developers from checking in broken code, and allowing your development teams to focus on continual improvement overall code quality. It lets you spot problems early in the development process, before testers or end users discover them and fixes become more costly.

Our Senior Systems Engineer, Blaine Mincey, will be presenting at Chariot Solutions Continuous Integration for the Enterprise in Philadelphia on December 1, 2010.

The presentation will focus on:

* Outlining 7 tips for running Maven builds in a CI system
* Introducing Hudson
* A demonstration of Matrix, a component of Sonatype's latest product suite Sonatype Professional, which features Hudson Integration with Eclipse-based tooling.

If you want to find out how the competition is moving ahead because they don't have to keep looking behind, this seminar is for you.

Seats are filling up quickly, be sure to register today.

Tags: Sonatype Says, Sonatype, Hudson, continuous integration, Matrix

Written by Heather Loney

Heather is the Communications and Community Engagement Officer at the Upper Grand District School Board. Prior to her current position, Heather was the Senior Producer for Special Projects at Global News and a Copy Editor at Sonatype. Heather managed a team of digital journalists, covering national and international events, as well as consumer, tech and lifestyle news for GlobalNews.ca. Heather has significant experience in journalism, new media, digital storytelling, SEO and social media best practices, WordPress and other content management systems, photography and research.