Implementing quality in Java projects

A session at Open World Forum 2013

  • Vincent Massol

Friday 4th October, 2013

4:20pm to 4:40pm (PMT)

Based on the example of the XWiki Open Source project (http://xwiki.org) this session will describe a number of practices to improve the quality of a Java project. Also, it will show how to implement these practices so that they are automatically checked and enforced.

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Vincent Massol


Vincent is the CTO of XWiki SAS and an active committer of the XWiki open source project. Before being paid to work on open source he spent over 10 years working nights and week ends having fun on various open source projects (committer on Apache Maven, creator of Apache Cactus and Codehaus Cargo to name a few).
Vincent also co-authored 3 books: JUnit in Action , Maven: A Developer's Notebook and Better Builds with Maven. He's a regular speaker at IT and Java conferences and also a member of LesCastCodeurs podcast, a French podcast focusing on news in the Java world at large.

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Open World Forum 2013

France France, Paris

3rd5th October 2013

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Time 4:20pm4:40pm PMT

Date Fri 4th October 2013


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