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Who Moved My Module? Building and Releasing Modular Software

Yoav Landman (JFrog)
Java: Craftsmanship
Location: B110-111
Average rating: ***..
(3.25, 4 ratings)

Long gone are the days of sticking binaries in version control or onto a shared drive. In this session we will explore the various options, changes and the challenges in managing software modules and will explore different approaches taken by tools such as Maven, Gradle and Ivy. We will dive into the world of connecting build servers and module repositories, and will show how to manage binary modules and create a release pipeline that overcomes common problems around continuous release and delivery. It doesn’t matter if you are a software developer, a release engineer or a CM, this demo-packed presentation will demonstrate the way your build and development environment will look in the next years!

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Yoav Landman

JFrog

Yoav is the CTO of JFrog, the Artifactory Binary Repository creators, and JavaOne 2011 Duke Choice Awards winner; Yoav laid the foundation to JFrog’s flagship product in 2006 when he founded Artifactory as an open source project. In 2008 he co-founded JFrog where he leads the future of products like Artifactory and, more recently, Bintray. Prior to starting up JFrog, Yoav was a software architect and consultant in the field of configuration management and server-side JVM applications. Yoav blogs at http://blogs.jfrog.org and http://java.net, and tweets as @yoavlandman.