My little Maven Repository Provisioner tool needed better support for a few use cases and I got those all implemented and cut a new release.
This time it is just a quick heads up post. I have released version 5.0.0 of my progressive-organization-pom project. It is a Maven POM that manages the plugin versions of numerous popular and useful plugins to the latest available versions. … Read more →
I am still here at JavaOne 2015, enjoying the last day and looking forward to the community keynote, but there is some news I want to share. Jason van Zyl and myself presented about Apache Maven developments and news.
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 →
OSCON has been long been one of THE places the open source community comes together. This year OReilly is hosting a special OSCON Java conference in parallel for the large open source Java community. And for me this is going … Read more →
A long time ago I started to use continuous integrations (CI) servers starting with anthill and moving via Apache Continuum and Atlassian Bamboo to Hudson. Since then I feel that a project without CI builds is missing a crucial bit … Read more →
As you might or might not know I am going to present about using Apache Maven for Android development (306) as well as testing Android applications (406) at the upcoming first Android developer conference AnDevCon happening in March 2011 in … Read more →
So with the introduction with the Android License Validation Library and now with the SDK tools revision 8 and the integrated options, Proguard has gained more and more interest in the Android developer community and users of the Android Maven … Read more →
If you are developing Android applications that need to interface with SOAP web services, you probably know that the Android SDK does not have any support for this technology. It is somewhat considered legacy, but it is still widely used … Read more →
As you all know the main supported persistence mechanism on Android is storing data in the extremely widespread embedded database SQLite. Now when you look around various books and documentation, the examples you get are most of the time are … Read more →