This article is intended to give the reader enough information to
understand what JDepend is, what it does, and how to use it in a maven
build. It’s a...
0 replies - 5326 views - 10/21/11 by James Betteley in Articles
I’ve been going over a couple of posts by Steve Kilner
that question whether Agile methods can be used effectively in software
maintenance. It’s a...
1 replies - 6836 views - 10/14/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
A vast majority of daily practitioners of Continuous Integration don't
really understand it. This is a bold statement, I know. But it is not
0 replies - 9847 views - 09/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
In 2008 at Agile Toronto, I did a session on Agile Infrastructure. This is where I met Andrew Shafer
(working at Reductive Labs). There wasn't that much...
1 replies - 8457 views - 09/20/11 by Patrick Debois in News
I’ve been trying out Sonar and it looks great – it’s much more
presentable than trawling through maven sites to find build reports.
Anyway, I decided...
0 replies - 5208 views - 08/19/11 by James Betteley in News
About a year ago (July 2010), I started
working with my current company. When I started the team were lacking in
process and the process they had was not...
0 replies - 5591 views - 08/10/11 by Paul Stack in News
This post is the second post in a series on how CI will help a development team. The first post talks about the benefits that CI will bring to the team. (CI =...
1 replies - 6539 views - 08/07/11 by Paul Stack in News
This is the 3rd post in a series ‘How to get started with CI’
Previously, we talked about choosing the correct infrastructure for
your CI system. We...
0 replies - 7020 views - 08/03/11 by Paul Stack in News
Conquering the Last Mile
I went to the London C.I. Meetup recently where Gus Power (how he
chose a career in I.T. and not as a pro-wrestler with a name like...
2 replies - 8078 views - 07/14/11 by James Betteley in News
According to Wikipedia, continuous integration
implements continuous processes of applying quality control — small pieces of effort, applied frequently.
7 replies - 26698 views - 05/04/11 by Eric Hogue in News
One of the things I first noticed about Team City is how thoughtful
the features were: you can see that a build had failed, and stop it so
as to not waste...
0 replies - 4488 views - 12/09/10 by Julian Simpson in News
A few months ago DZone took a look at Sonatype's Maven Studio tooling. One of the unique aspects of this open core software was the ability to...
1 replies - 7588 views - 12/02/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Whatever happened to that October release planned for the Chrome web app store? It hit a snag apparently, but now there are signs that Google may have it...
0 replies - 17568 views - 12/02/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose
Looks like Oracle and the Hudson developers aren’t getting along.
The project hosting that Oracle provide (inherited from Sun) has been a
bumpy ride for...
4 replies - 6052 views - 12/01/10 by Julian Simpson in News
Google's Chief Java Architect Joshua Bloch just announced on the Google Code Blog that he and Google would not be at JavaOne this year due to the Oracle...
20 replies - 31678 views - 08/27/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose