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Mark Miller

TheNEXUS Week in Review: October 20 -26, 2014

  Just released for Members Only, two new free training modules For TheNEXUS members only, we have released two more modules in the “Nexus Staging Suite” series by Manfred Moser. Log in to the Members Only area, or register for immediate access to this 21 part series. Module 20: Project Setup with Ant and Ivy Module 21: Publishing with Ant and

Nexus Pro/CLM

Mad Men

Mad Men and What You Need to Know About Their Software

Plot Summary: Who would buy food without knowing what’s in the package? When is the last time you went to the grocery store  and just threw stuff into your basket without at least a cursory glance at the ingredient list? The dilemma is, it’s not just the consumer who doesn’t know the ingredients  in the software package,  the creators

Guest Authors

Author, Beau Woods

Heartbleed, Shellshock, and Erosion of Third-Party Trust

TL;DR Today’s software inherently depends upon unreliable computer code. Devices that have the ability to impact public safety and human life should have a trust model based on assurance, not assumption. Our failure to manage the software supply chain undermines our ability to predict and manage effects of root cause issues like Shellshock and Heartbleed. A necessary

Engineering

Author, Tamás Cservenák

Sonatype Codestyle Repository: Open to the Public

The Sonatype Codestyle Repository on GitHub is a repository that contains the configuration files for code “-format” and “-style” settings to have them aligned to specific style guidelines.  We currently use Eclipse and IDEA as the IDEs. Basically, all contributions (patches, pull requests) should use these guidelines. The formatting style is for Java, XML and JavaScript

DevOps

Author, Chris Riley

Components as Process

The developer space is not boring. Over the past 10 years, as many businesses have adopted the DevOps approach to rapid, agile development for rapid software releases. Simultaneously in the last decade has witnessed a huge increase in the use of open source code, especially in the form of pre-constructed components. Whereas at the turn of

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