This page lists some of the companies that provide support and training for Apache Maven.
The ASF does not endorse any of the organisations listed on this page nor any services that they may provide.
If you would like to add your company to this page, feel free to do so. You will need to create a patch or a pull request:
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Remember to add you company to both sections if you provide support and training.
Please note entries are listed in Alpha order of company names.
Takari’s Introduction to Maven virtual training course curriculum was designed by Jason van Zyl, the creator of the Apache Maven project. Whether you’re a new user looking for a solid introduction or a current user looking for an essential refresh, this course was designed to offer a practical and relevant baseline of knowledge to help your team collaborate more effectively on Maven projects.
Takari virtual training provides an opportunity to benefit from access to a Maven expert for the day, as well as valuable discussions with fellow students all from the comfort of your own office.
When you walk away from this class, you will know how to:
Public virtual classes run monthly. If you are interested in setting up a private virtual session, we can customize the hours to the needs of your team. Please contact us for more details at email@example.com. To learn more or get registered for an upcoming class, please click here.
Web Age Solutions offers training to introduce students to the theory and practice behind Apache Maven, and give the tools to build and manage software projects using Maven, Nexus, Artifactory, and Jenkins
There are several options for training, including traditional classroom courses, live virtual courses, and soon, online video training.