As I continue my examination of the tools that work well with Nexus, I found this slide presentation from Marco Bamert, Senior Application Engineer at Unic AG. Marco makes a good case for
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By far, the most common request we receive when talking to developers and security architects is “How can I find what components are being used in my applications?”, or “How can I generate a
Once you get used to adding assembly references by installing NuGet packages instead of pointing directly to assembly files on disk, you’ll soon want to do the same with your own reusable class libraries, as well.
n * (n – 1) / 2 → This rather simple formula has profound implications on the dynamics of a product development organization. This isn’t a revelation, of course, and Fred Brooks wrote of it in
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
A Client Asked: I am the manger at a large software manufacturing company, and I would like some licensing related information on Nexus PRO. Specifically what is required to