Max Rydahl Andersen is the tooling architect at JBoss by Red Hat.
In the early days he worked on Hibernate Core even before it became part of JBoss, and over time he have been involved in alot of projects at JBoss, mainly focused on the tooling/developer aspects.
He gets to touch upon almost every technology inside JBoss as they need tooling. It's given him a unique viewpoint of being an actual user of the technology - feeling both the pains and joys of a user.
Max have been involved in Ceylon from the early days and tried to keep up with the evolving specifications. Gives feedback and provide input in directions of the tooling and as such is now trying to make Ceylon available from Eclipse.
This time around we are talking with David Jorm and Arun B. Neelicattu about Security, especially around Java.
We get to hear about how climate change helped improve JBoss, all about the secret societies surrounding security and how all software is basically doomed - but also learn how you can improve security for your framework(s) and application(s).
Listen in if you care about security and want to learn more, but also if you don't think you care - you might learn a few things. I know I did. Show notes and episode
Last week Emmanuel met up with Steven Hawkings and Ramesh Reddy in St. Louis and did a live interview.
They get to put on record the possible correct pronunciation of Teiid and to talk about how Teiid allows you to query across multiple datasources and provide a unified view on data in many different ways.
Last week we met up with Jason Greene and Brian Stansberry from the WildFly team.
In this you get to hear about the WildFly rename, its recent release that includes new web subsystem called Undertow, new JavaEE 7 features and a core distribution.
This time we sat down with Dan Allan and Alex Soto to talk about their work on Asciidoc and Asciidoctor.
Ever heard about a lawyer that has a github account ?
Well, Richard Fontana does and he is the guest of #31 of JBoss Asylum.
We cover topics like what is an opensource license ? what things should a developer know about licenses ?is the WTF license really opensource ? Why is JSON license not opensource ? ...and what does a lawyer say instead of IANAL ?
During Red Hat Summit we got to record two episodes for the Asylum.
First a live one at the end of JUDCon where we had Mark Little, Pete Muir and James Strachan discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages in the opensource communities JBoss is involved in.
Warning: contains tongue-in-cheek and pieces of British humor :)
The second episode we invaded Jay Balunas hotel room together with Karel Piwko and talked about Aerogear, what it is and what is coming.
In this first episode of the year we grabbed James Strachan and Rob Davies from the FuseSource team which recently joined Red Hat and the JBoss family.
We talked about the origins of Fuse, all the scary things they built before it and how and where FuseSource and service oriented architectures are being used, what they are good at and where things are going now.
Happy New Year and Enjoy!
The Hibernate Team had a meetup in Stockholm and Emmanuel and I took the chance to record a podcast on All Things Hibernate.
We got to talk with Steve, Sanne and Hardy to go over some of the new features in Hibernate ORM, Search and Validator.
Covering topics like multitenant, geospatial search, Lucene clustering and how to properly speak Texan.
During JBoss World we grabbed Stephan and dragged him to Emmanuel's room to finally create a podcast about Ceylon (listen to the podcast for the full story behind it).
That resulted in a nice hour of us discussing the features of Ceylon, why it was created,what inspired its creation and how to learn and get involved with Ceylon.
This week podcast we are back with some short news around JBoss.org and Emmanuel and I also sat down with Bob M., Lance B. and Dan A. to talk about Awestruct - a dynamic tool for making static sites.