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Webinar: The Advantages of Cloud Based Development

On Tuesday, January 28, at 12:30 ET (17:30 GMT, 9:30 PT), we’re co-hosting a webinar along with our friends at White Source Software about cloud-based development. White Source specializes in identifying licensing and security issues with open-source libraries you have embedded in your Java project. We’ve partnered with companies like White Source to help make the difficult but necessary parts of software development easier and cheaper for your team by integrating best-of-breed components and migrating them to the cloud.

We’re going to showcase our soon-to-be-released hosted continuous integration solution for software teams. By using ProjectLocker for development, continuous integration, and deployment, and using White Source to identify licensing issues or known security problems before you stage and release your code, you can deal with problems cheaply and quickly, before your code is released to customers.

Register for the webinar here.

You can send any thoughts or questions you have to [email protected] before the webinar, and we’ll be happy to answer them and include the input where appropriate.

We’ll see you on the 28th!

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Damon Young is Director of Sales at ProjectLocker was founded in 2003 to provide on-demand tools for software developers. Guided by the simple mission of helping companies build better software, ProjectLocker's services have expanded to include services for the complete lifecycle of software projects, from requirements documentation to build and test automation. ProjectLocker serves companies from startups to Fortune 1000 multinationals.