Despite plans on no more conferences this year earlier I ended up presenting about Sonatype Insight for CI at the Jenkins User Conference in SF and help with the Sonatype booth and customers at JavaOne. And my short feedback quote … Read more →
The buzz is all happening now here at AnDevCon and I just completed my workshop about using Apache Maven and related to tools for Android development pros and teams with an engaged audience of about 25 people.
Having worked with Apache Maven since the Maven 1 days, committing on various open source projects around Maven and Maven usage, using Nexus and Hudson and finally writing the Android chapter of Maven: The Complete Reference, got me into working … Read more →
Okay… my voice is better now that I had a cup of hot water after holding the workshop about testing Android applications and talking for 4 hours. I covered a lot of ground all the way from plain java testing … Read more →
Even though I ended up not making it JavaOne 2011 and watching it all via the interwebs I did prepare a presentation about Hudson together with Tim. He ended up doing a great job presenting without me and I will … Read more →
Despite being considered immature and/or a waste of time by many, automated testing of Android applicationis possible. Arguably it should be in the repertoire of any serious Android developer, but today I am not going to delve into this discussion … Read more →