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Conference Session #4 – Joel Confino on Gaining Competitive Advantage with CI

Joel Confino is a long-time consultant at Chariot Solutions. He has spent the last four years working with a large enterprise, here named ABC Corporation, rolling out a new development platform and build process. Joel was one of two speakers at our event, which also included Sonatype’s Jason Van Zyl. Joel’s focus was building in … Read More

DevNews #46 – a bevy of Chariot blog entries for your developer fiber

Rebooting this podcast starting THIS WEEK!  I hope to have one developer news every other week, starting today. This summer has been anything but a vacation, with our training exploding and me spending lots of time in the classroom. I’ve also penned two updates to Spring Roo in Action, so I’ve been pretty busy. But … Read More

TechCast #71 – Brian Fox of Sonatype on Nexus 2

Brian Fox is a longtime open source contributor, having worked on Maven 2 and overseeing the development of Maven 3. He is the VP of Engineering at Sonatype, and currently leads the Nexus repository project. The team has just released version 2.0, which includes support for the growing .NET open source community and the NUGET library manager.

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Growing Up with Jenkins/Hudson, Nexus, and Sonar, Part 1

In my previous post I explained why I think you should use Jenkins (or his twin Hudson), Nexus, and Sonar to super-charge your Maven builds. To summarize, Jenkins is a continuous integration server that runs your builds, Nexus is an artifact repository that versions and stores your jars/wars/zips/etc, and Sonar is a metrics server that … Read More

Making the Most of Maven: Nexus, Hudson, Sonar

Maven is a build tool. I like Maven because it supports dependency management, consistent builds and a modular code base. But if you are just using Maven without using Nexus, Hudson, Sonar you are really missing out on a lot of goodness. Nexus is a Maven repository manager, Hudson is a CI server, and Sonar … Read More

Jason van Zyl – Maven expert and Chariot guest blogger

Chariot’s blog is trying something new today. I asked Jason van Zyl to give our audience a preview of his talk at Philly ETE this year. I know it is a bit of promotion for the conference, but our conference planning committee knows we have the best content to date. This year, we are also … Read More