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  • Title Maven by Example
  • Authors Timothy M. O'Brien, John Casey, Brian FoxSonatype, et al
  • Publisher: Sonatype, Inc.(2009-2011)
  • Paperback: N/A
  • Paperback: Online, HTML, PDF
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: N/A
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-9842433-3-4
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Book Description

This book is an introduction to Apache Maven which uses a set of examples to demonstrate core concepts. Starting with a simple Maven project which contains a single class and a single unit test, this book slowly develops an enterprise multi-module project which interacts with a database, interacts with a remote API, and presents a simple web application

About the Author
  • Tim M O'Brien is a professional singer and programmer living and working in the Chicago area. He prefers Emacs to vi. Tim discovered programming on a TRS-80, and went on to study (and subsequently forget) Electrical Engineering at UVA. In his free time, Tim likes to sleep, study music, build toys with microcontrollers, and participate in open source projects. Tim is active in the Jakarta Commons project.

  • Sonatype Company is Jason Van Zyl's company and pretty much the center of the Maven universe. Jason Van Zyl is the inventor and lead developer of Maven.

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