Aleš Justin was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia and graduated with a degree in
mathematics from the University of Ljubljana. He fell in love with Java long ago
and has spent most of his time developing information systems, ranging from
customer service to energy management. He joined JBoss in 2006 to work full time
on the Microcontainer project. He currently leads CapeDwarf project, while still
contributing to ApplicationServer, Weld, Ceylon and many other JBoss projects.
With first CapeDwarf release out of the way, it’s now time to address initial user issues. Since setting up CapeDwarf environment has become so simple -- just unzip the distribution, and CapeDwarf already running on OpenShift, we got a few useful feedbacks; keep ‘em coming!
I’m just on my way back from JUDCon China in Beijing. I must say it was an interesting week. I mean what else can you say for a country when you don’t understand a word they are saying, or any written word for that matter. :-) But thankfully to our Chinese co-workers there was no problem for us to go around. The food and the view is spectacular - the new olympic stadium and aquatic center are just amazing.