Tag Archives: Maven

Gosh! Finally! | The Two Minutes Tuesday 030 | Java Live Coding

Andres is back with great news: Our “skip” property now officially is part of the #Maven Shade Plugin! I hardly couldn’t believe it when Andres told me that the contribution we developed in a recent episode of #ToniteWithMe actually got … Continue reading

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[LIVESTREAM] LIVE CHAT with Andres Almiray | Tonite #WithMe | Java Latenite

#ToniteWithMe chatting about the #Maven contribution developed early this year here in this very latenite show is #JavaChampion Andres Almiray! Yay! 🙂 We will show you how the code works, how the contribution process looked like, and certainly what our … Continue reading

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Maven Contribution – Second Attempt! | The Two Minutes Tuesday 026 | Java Live Coding

The story continues! Back in April, Andres hacked a Maven Shade Plugin in #ToniteWithMe, and I reported that the Maven guys did not want to merge it. Time to make some adjustments! So next Friday in the next live show, … Continue reading

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Open Source Scholarship | The Two Minutes Tuesday 022 | Announcement

Andres and me contributed the usual skip property to the Maven Shade Plugin, and got trated rather unfair by the Maven In-Crowd: While we asked BEFORE how to proceed, they told us AFTER the PR was done that they dislike … Continue reading

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#ToniteWithMe Sneak Peek | The Two Minutes Tuesday 021 | Announcement

Be with us, when Andres and me are LIVE HACKING Maven’s source code on this Friday’s Live Show #ToniteWithMe on 20:00 CET right here on this channel! If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up, share it, … Continue reading

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[LIVESTREAM] Andres Almiray LIVE HACKING Maven Plugins | Tonite with me | Java Latenite

#ToniteWithMe hacking on #MavenPlugins in #Java is #JavaChampion Andres Almiray. Ever wanted to watch some Java professionals hacking on the source code of Maven plugins? Then this LIVE STREAM is what you definitively NOT want to miss! Join this LIVE … Continue reading

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Contributing to Open Source Made Easy

Hey guys! How’s it going? You always wanted to contribute to an open source project, but feared the time to invest or the paperwork to sign? Or you just didn’t know where to chime in? Now you get a jumpstart! … Continue reading

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Biggest Maven Version Ranges Mistakes

Hey guys! How’s it going? We all think that we know what’s in a Maven Version Number, but when it comes to Version Ranges we typically do common mistakes. In Episode 04 of Head Crashing Informatics you will learn to … Continue reading

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Reducing JAR Footprint with Maven Shade Plugin 3.2.2

Complex Java applications often consist of lots of JAR files. Particularly when it comes to open source projects, there is a deep “swamp” of transitive libraries your (possibly rather small) own code depends on. It might be that you do … Continue reading

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Toolchains + Exec Maven Plugin = Swiss Army Knife

I am pretty excited about Karl Heinz Marbaise this week kindly releasing version 1.5.0 of Exec Maven Plugin, because it contains three additions which are really awesome (not only because I authored them, but because of their combined effect): Support for … Continue reading

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