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The Best and Worst of 2010

On the first couple of days of 2011 I’m sitting down to continue a tradition I started in 2005 (2006, 2008, 2009) I find this a nice way to review the year before its committed to the cobwebs of my long-term memory. So, here’s a quick review of the best and worst of 2010 : [...]

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There was a fairly innocuous post on the interwebs at the end of last week which Oracle employees have jumped all over in an effort to discredit JBoss. I’ll rise above the petty mud-slinging and instead use this post to explain the relationship between upstream projects that JBoss uses and the downstream platforms that JBoss [...]

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Oracle on OpenJDK

These are encouraging signs that Oracle will continue to invest in OpenJDK and that it won’t follow the same fate as some other Sun Open Source projects like Open Solaris. I’ve long believed that OpenJDK has the opportunity to become the Linux Kernel for Enterprise developers. Kurian discussed the roadmap for JDK 7 and JDK [...]

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I’ll be speaking at JBoss World / Red Hat Summit again this year. I’m part of 3 sessions focussed on JBoss : JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Roadmap, Wednesday 2pm I’ll be sharing our 3-year roadmap and will touch on Java EE 6, HornetQ, Infinispan, support next-Gen (aka Cloud) infrastructure. I’ll also go through some of [...]

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JBoss, Jobs, Jobs, Jobs !

The JBoss team is expanding again – we’re looking to fill four PM / PMM roles – strong preference for location is Greater Boston (Westford, MA) : Product Manager – Application Platforms Product Marketing Manager – Middleware Solutions Marketing Manager – Middleware Technical Marketing Manager – Middleware Submit your resume online via the above links [...]

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Apparently it was Apache Web Server’s 15th birthday yesterday – congratulations to anyone who’s ever been involved in the project. I doubt any would have thought that 15 years on, Apache would have become the dominant Web Server on the Web and the foundation of one of the most successful and recognized Open Source forges. [...]

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Oracle and the Java Opportunity

I guess there’s a chance that we’ll know more tomorrow but regarding the future of Java under Oracle’s control – I’m still neutral to optimistic and sticking to what I said 6 months ago : DZone: With Oracle’s acquisition of Sun, are you concerned at all about some of the potential changes that will come [...]

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JBoss Application Platform Q&A

Yesterday we started a series of Web Casts covering JBoss Application Platforms (Recording, Slides). We didn’t manage to cover all the questions in the Q&A so as promised here they are : Q: When using your Apache & Tomcat bundled software, do you provide any additional security patches above and beyond what the Apache & [...]

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There are only 9 days left to submit your talks for JBoss World 2010, in case you need them, here are some good reasons : It’s in Boston, In June. It’s a great city and the snow and ice will probably be mostly gone by June. You get a free conference pass, good for all [...]

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The Best and Worst of 2009

On the eve of the last day of the penultimate year of the first decade of the third millennium and continuing a tradition I started in 2005, here’s a quick summary of 2009 – ignoring everything between the peaks and troughs. Best Moment Aside from every 3 months when Red Hat announces another knockout quarter [...]

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