JBoss community members are spread across the globe. At any given time you can find Lead Developers speaking at conferences, local JBUGs having get-togethers, workshops, and other JBoss related happenings. Check out our Event Calendar to see what is happening in the JBoss community near you.
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JBoss User Developer Conferences (JUDCon) are Community events centered around deep project dives lead by the core developers and heavy hitters from the Community.
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- Lyon JUG report
- Nov 29, 2013 8:31 AM by Mark Little
I got the opportunity recently to go to Lyon (haven't been there in about 2 decades!) and present at INSA/CITI as well as give a session at the local JUG. Before I set off I was asked a few questions so that they could post an interview with me. If you're interested, then the interview is here .
I'm hoping that CITI and the Lyon JUG will eventually post the presentations I gave as they're a little bit too big to attach here. However, here's the first slide from my presentation at CITI:
And here's the equivalent from my JUG presentation:
Fortunately in this and age of social networking, I didn't have to worry about taking pictures of the event: others did that for me and I include them here along with my gratitude:
For those people who weren't there and want to see the last slide in more detail, here it is:
I want to thank everyone who attended both presentations and gave me some good questions to answer and things to think about on my journey home. I also want to thank Julien Ponge and Alexis Hassler for inviting me and arranging everything. I do want to do it again!
- Open Source Conference Amsterdam 2013 - JBoss Integration & BPM in the house
- Nov 29, 2013 3:06 AM by Eric D. Schabell
- Previously I mentioned that I will be speaking at the Open Source Conference 2013 in Amsterdam, hosted by Red Hat in the Amsterdam Beurs van Berlage (the old stock exchange building) on the 6th of December. Traditionally this event draws a great crowd, over 1000 attendees the last few years, registration is completely free so sign up now! They have scaled back on my original planned two
- JBoss Developer Day in London
- Nov 28, 2013 4:41 PM by Sanne Grinovero
We'll have a full day dedicated to developers in London the 5th of December. It's a free event with an high concentration of technical people and passionate developers.
Infinispan & Hibernate integrations
I'll introduce you to several different integration strategies to make the most of both Hibernate and Infinispan, but I'll also be available to discuss technical questions for either project.
Many more interesting talks
There are many interesting talks, covering cool subjects like the latest news in BRMS space, JBoss Fuse & Camel, OpenShift, Arquillian and JBoss Tools, JBoss performance tuning, HTML5 built on JBoss... the full agenda can be found here.
Get in touch
As always myself and all my colleagues look forward for interactive sessions and lots of open discussions. Feel free to reach out to discuss anything related to the coolest technologies, in the sessions or after the talks.
If you can make it, please register, help me to advertise the event, and see you there.
- JBoss Developer Day in London 2013
- Nov 25, 2013 8:55 AM by Eric D. Schabell
- Next week the Red Hat UK team has put together a lively schedule filled will excellent topics that will be presented by some of the best speakers on JBoss topics running around in Europe. It will be held on Thursday, 5 Dec 2013 at Shoreditch Works Village Hall in London. It kicks off at 0930 hrs with registration and finishes up by bleeding over into the JBoss Architect MeetUp at 1730 hrs. I
- Devoxx '13 recap
- Nov 21, 2013 10:23 AM by firstname.lastname@example.org (Dimitris Andreadis)
Devoxx the WildFly Community BOF, one of our regular rendezvous with the JBoss community. The Wednesday 8pm slot proved very convenient and the room was full of old and new JBoss users and a good number of JBoss people/developers attending Devoxx. I was also fortunate to have Arun Gupta in the BOF, a recent addition to the Red Hat/JBoss family who was quick to field answers to various EE7 questions that came up during the session.
To start the discussion I went through a few slides providing an update on WildFly v8 which is currently in Beta, and you can download it from here. WildFly 8 is now undergoing the last stages of completing the EE7 TCK certification effort so we are not far from a CR release. This is a very good time to download the Beta release and kick the tires to help us identify and fix any issues before the Final release goes out.
WildFly 8 brings in a number of interesting new features, including:
- Full Java EE7 support
- A new fast Web Server, called Undertow
- Reduced port usage
- Patching Infrastructure
- Audit Logging
- Role Based Administration
Talking about new features I was pleasantly surprised by the input we've got during the BOF, which contrary to other years it wasn't that much! Meaning that we are now at a point were we have most major areas of functionality covered and we can start looking at the details or the more advanced use cases. So despite the new name, WildFly is in fact quite mature, carrying along a JBoss history of 14 years.
On the other hand, I was not surprised at all by the huge interest I've seen at Devoxx by Glassfish users for moving over to WildFly and JBoss EAP, after the announcement by Oracle earlier this month that they are stopping commercial support for Glassfish. It's kind of sad for us to loose a very much respected opponent in the opensource space, but it was bound to happen at some point. It's hard to have to deal with two competing products in the same company.
Besides the BOF, I should also mention that I held a mini session at the JBoss booth, a quick introduction to Role-Based Administration (RBAC) in WildFly. Brian Stansberry gives some information about RBAC in the 2nd installment of the WildFly Deep Dive webinar series that you can watch recorded here.
Finally, I would like to take the opportunity and thank everyone that participated in my sessions. Your suggestions are taken very seriously and they are often used to change our priorities and shape our roadmaps.
Until the next time!