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Last Chance to Enroll: MVN-101 Training in Europe

May 26, 2011 By Heather Loney

We are offering one last virtual Maven Mechanics (MVN-101) training course for European business hours in June. This will be our last virtual class in CEST for the summer. Be sure to enroll today!

Course details:
  • Course: Maven Mechanics (MVN-101)
  • Date: Tuesday June 14, 2011
  • Time: 9:00AM – 4:00PM CEST (UTC/GMT + 0200) *European Hours
  • Enrollment Fee: $595 USD (~425 EUR)

ENROLL TODAY!

Maven Mechanics (MVN-101) is the ideal course for programmers who work with Apache Maven projects and need to understand how to work with an existing Maven build. If your team is just delving into Maven and Nexus, this class is the easiest way to make sure that everyone starts from the same foundation. This class is also appropriate for the existing Maven user who is interested in developing a greater understanding of the Maven fundamentals. Learn more here.

You will leave this Maven tutorial equipped with a full understanding of the Maven Project Object Model (POM) and a firm grasp of the underlying fundamentals of this development kit including:

  • The Maven lifecycle
  • Maven plugins and goals
  • Multi-module Maven projects
  • The contents of the Project Object Model (POM)

Tags: Nexus Repo Reel, Sonatype Says, Maven training, Everything Open Source, Maven Mechanics

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.