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Content related to building software.

TileServer: Hosting Map Tiles And MBTiles

in Build, FOSS4G2013, OSGeo
OSGeo

OpenGIS Web Map Tiling Service (WMTS) is becoming the standard used for distributing raster maps to the web and mobile applications, cell-phones, tablets as well as desktop software.

Event: 
FOSS4G2013
Speaker: 
Petr Pridal

EclipseCon Europe 2011

in Build, Community, Company, ECE2011, EclipseCon Europe 2011. ECE. EclipseCon Europe, EMF, Entrepreneurship, Programming, Hudson, Mylyn, Orion, p2, Tycho, Eclipse
Eclipse

This conference brought leading developers from the Eclipse and Java ecosystems together in Ludwigsburg Germany in November 2011.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Friday, November 4, 2011

Location

Luwdwigsburg, BW
Germany
48° 53' 38.6232" N, 9° 11' 43.6704" E

Maven: A brief history, introduction and roadmap

in Build, SC2011, Apache, Eclipse
Speaker: 
Jason van Zyl
Event: 
SC2011
Abstract: 

Maven has been around for almost ten years, but much of its early history is unknown and it's actually interesting. This talk will start with a brief history of how the Maven project started, what the initial goals of the project were, and the problems we were trying to solve. We'll then move into an introduction of the major sub-systems of Maven and how they have evolved over ten years, the ecosystem that has been created and we'll follow that up with a roadmap for the Maven project and discuss what Maven will look like a year from now.

Level: 
Beginner
Time: 
2011-08-23T19:19

Building NetBSD

in Build, Community, SC2011, NetBSD
Speaker: 
David Maxwell
Event: 
SC2011
Abstract: 

People who are interested in learning about operating systems have a lot of topics to absorb, but the very first barrier that gets in people's way is that you need to be able to build the software. If you can't build it, you can't make changes. If building it is painful, you'll find other things to do with your time.

The NetBSD Project has a build system that goes far beyond what many other projects implement. Come to this talk about learn about
build.sh and the features available that make multi-architecture and embedded development environments a breeze with NetBSD.

NetBSD website: http://www.NetBSD.org/

Level: 
Beginner
Time: 
2011-08-17T20:29