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Last week we released Apache Shiro 1.3, and I shared a tutorial on the new Hazelcast support. Today, I’d like to introduce you to the new EventBus system and show you a couple different ways to use it. Shiro’s EventBus is implemented very similar to Guava’s EventBus, if you are already familiar with that, you already know how to use it.

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It’s a fundamental tenet of Maven that release artifacts never change once they are released. This is enforced in Maven by the fact that once a release artifact or POM is located in the local repository, Maven will never check for an updated artifact in a remote repository. Once an artifact is released, it is considered a static, unchanging artifact. If you release an artifact and then subsequently change it (intentionally or otherwise), you’re in for some fun as people will have…

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For a number of reasons you might want to require your developers to use a staging repository. Staged software releases in Nexus Professional are the best way to enable your development team to push a release to an artifact repository such as Nexus while providing management and quality assurance with a way to test and approve a release before “burning” it to production. If you want to learn how to make a staged release, you can watch this video. or read the remainder of this blog…