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Nexus Jones 2

Tame The Ruby Colored Snake: Python + RubyGems + Repository Manager OSS Early Access

Tame The Ruby Colored Snake: Python + RubyGems + Repository Manager OSS Early Access

UPDATE: September 8, 2016, from Joe Tom Interested parties, for your awareness: Because Sonatype is releasing version 3.0.2 very soon (as soon as mid-September 2016) which includes PyPI and RubyGems support, we are no longer releasing early access. However, please keep an eye on out for announcements about the 3.0.2 release which has both of these

Shannon Lietz

<— Shifting Security to the Left

Software is assembled from many component parts to quickly address customer needs.  The end-to-end process of delivering value through software starts with ideation and ends with a finished product or service that significantly improves the lives of its customers.  Some depict the Software Supply Chain from right to left enumerating the Continuous Delivery of software

Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse

Talking the Talk – Focus on Goals, not Best Practices (Part 2)

by Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse In our last blog post, we discussed how it’s better to set process goals versus best practices across teams in your organization.  We’d like to continue that thought by discussing another goal we set for our distributed teams: Talking Daily.  This goal definitely aligns with principles of the Agile

Author, Jeffry Hesse

How We Do It: Remote Pair Programming

In our last post on TheNEXUS we talked about how we as a team get together to define “what” we want to work on. Having identified the “what” and to some extent the “how”, where do we go from there? Where does the rubber meet the pavement, and how do we as a team work together? The Nexus team has been experimenting with old tricks in new ways to ultimately help solve a few interesting problems we encounter as a fully distributed Agile team.

Author, Jordi Cuenca

Free Continuous Integration Platform at a Glance

by  Jordi Cuenca-Aubets A note from  Abraham Marín Pérez: My friend and great technologist Jordi Cuenca-Aubets has been thinking for a while about building an end-to-end continuous integration platform for web applications where the entire technology stack is based upon open source software; judging by his latest development I think he has nailed it. In this

How We Do It

How We Do It: Defining Work From A Distance

by Jeffry Hesse, Michael Prescott and Chris Wilper User Stories have become fairly common in Agile Software Development, so much so that they are baked into most of the modern toolsets like JIRA, Rally, etc. Teams get together, create User Stories and collaborate in real time. Sonatype’s Nexus team is not unlike other Agile teams, however:

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