Maven by Example
by Tim O'Brien, at al.
Publisher: Sonatype, Inc. 2010
Number of pages: 176
This work is the first attempt at a comprehensive title on Maven. It builds upon the combined experience and work of the authors of all previous Maven titles, and you should view it not as a finished work but as the first edition in a long line of updates to follow.
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