VersionEye founder & CEO, Robert Reiz, will talk about „Continuous Updating of software libraries” on August 28th in Frankfurt am Main. The tech talk is presented by Java User Group Frankfurt (JUGF).
One of the biggest difficulties facing software developers working with open source packages is the need to keep current with dependencies. If you’re in Frankfurt, come by and learn how to keep your software projects up to date, and how you can find out quickly and easily what dependencies are out-dated.
Computer scientist Robert Reiz founded his third start-up “VersionEye” in Silicon Valley in 2012. Previously, he was Chief Architect and Managing Director for “WildGigs” in San Francisco and founder & CEO of the Java consulting house “PLOIN” in Mannheim.
We are looking forward to your participation! Please register here: http://www.doodle.com/hzeg874xafkbuchp
date: August 28th, 2013
time: 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm
location: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Adickesallee 1, 60322 Frankfurt am Main
Find out how Continuous Updating can really help you.
VersionEye founder & CEO, Robert Reiz, will talk about „Continuous updating of software libraries in the cloud” on August 6th in Berlin Mitte. The forum discussion is presented by SIBB Forum Saas & Cloud Computing.
All software developers who want to know how they can keep their software projects up to date, and want to find out quickly and easily what dependencies are out-dated, should learn more about our convenient SaaS solution. Using VersionEye you will be informed about new versions of your software libraries to be always up to date.
Computer scientist Robert Reiz founded his third start-up “VersionEye” in Silicon Valley in 2012. Previously, he was Chief Architect and Managing Director for “WildGigs” in San Francisco and founder & CEO of the Java consulting house “PLOIN” in Mannheim. Today VersionEye has two locations in Berlin and San Francisco and a team around the globe.
We are looking forward to your forum participation! Snacks and beer are available for free, while supplies last. Please register here: http://www.amiando.com/COYTZWA.html
date: August 6, 2013
time: 5 pm to 7 pm
location: VersionEye GmbH, Brunnenstr. 181, 1. HH. 1. OG, 10119 Berlin
This week VersionEye pushed programming language pages online. The language icons below the search bar are clickable now.
On every language page we show the top 10 and the 10 most recent software libraries. Furthermore, we show people from our community who follow that language. Here’s an example for Ruby.
Check it out and share your thoughts!
VersionEye founder & CEO, Robert Reiz, will talk about „Continuous Updating” on August 22nd at the “meet the cloud” meet & greet, presented by open it berlin.
All software developers who want to know how they can keep their software projects up to date, and want to find out quickly and easily what dependencies are out-dated, should learn more about our convenient SaaS solution. Using VersionEye you will be informed about new versions of your open source software libraries to be always up to date.
We are looking forward to seeing you there! The participation is free of charge, but please send an email to Michael Stamm for your registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or register here: http://www.open-it-berlin.de/veranstaltungen/meet-greet-mit-open-it-berlin-meet-cloud
date: August 22, 2013
time: 3 pm to 6 pm
location: TSB Innovationsagentur Berlin GmbH, Ludwig Erhard Haus, 5. OG, Fasanenstr. 85, 10623 Berlin
Check out VersionEye’s new landing page! We implemented an autocomplete feature for our new search box that allows you to see results before you even switch to the result page.
VersionEye stands for Continuous Updating. Therefore we did some more work on our GitHub Single Page App. The layout looks a little different and you are able to see more repositories on your screen. With a single click you can display the branches and with one more click you can add them to your VersionEye project list.
Beside this we changed the sorting once again, descending to the last commit in the repositories.
Let us know what you think!
They are optimized for MacBooks 🙂
Geek2Geek is a monthly Berlin Tech Talk. Our goal is to bring software developers with a diverse background together. We noticed that the coding community is often isolated, meaning that PHP devs. are only going to PHP UG’s and Java devs. solely to Java UG’s
Our first meetup is on July 23, 2013 and we’re pleased to announce that the speakers for our first Geek2Geek meetup are Christoph Beckmann from KaufDA and Tobias Balling from BLINKIST. This time we will focus on “IT infrastructure for DevOps”.
Christoph is team lead at KaufDA. He’s developing preferably with the Grails framework and is a DevOp expert. Over the past 2 1/2 years he has helped build the international KaufDA IT team. Previously, he gained experience at a consulting firm in Cologne and founded Germany’s first toilet search engine. Christoph will show how KaufDA manages its infrastructure with puppet in 5 countries.
Tobias is CTO at BLINKIST. He’s is currently thinking about the perfect presentation topic. So, more details are coming soon!
Thanks to VersionEye, snacks and beer are available for free, while supplies last. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
VersionEye released the 2nd version of its API: https://www.versioneye.com/api?version=v2
We refactored the API as part of changing the URL structure at VersionEye and only modified how you can access products.
The old version is still working and the file upload via API stays as it is.