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 episode had some bad luck with respect to the audio recording and took a while to get edited down to listenable quality.
The news are therefore a bit out of date but the interview with Kris Verlaenen about jBPM 5 is all filled with great and interesting content.
The interview part has good audio and you can skip to the 22m33s mark to hear about jBPM 5.
We are again sorry that Emmanuel Bernard messed up the recording, but we will back soon with a new interviewee and with better sound ;)
Get the episode from here
This morning I pushed live the github repository for Hibernate Tools (core).
The new source location is at https://github.com/hibernate/hibernate-tools
The Eclipse plugins for Hibernate Tools continues to live in the JBoss Tools SVN repository for now.
To get to know Git and how to contribute I recommend reading Emmanuel's nice Git Tips and Tricks blog .
This last episode of 2010 we are giving you short news and a very interesting interview with Andrew Dinn about his dark project called
Byteman is a tool meant for automation of tests for multi-threaded and multi-JVM Java applications using a technique called fault injection, but as the interview progresses you hear it can be used for so much more.
We learned a great deal and we hope you will too - now take a listen by going to the shownotes.
Merry Holidays and Have a Happy New Year!
Ever wondered why there is development going on for AS 7 when AS 6 is not yet final ?
Want to know why AS 7 starts up faster than Tomcat and still provides more functionallity ?
Curious to why JBoss added yet another logging framework to the Java ecosystem ?
Interested in knowing how AS 7 supports osgi bundles, but aren't built on an osgi container ?
Wonder how you can manage a massive JBoss 7 cluster with just a few HTTP requests ?
We wondered about that too and more...
Majority of the JBoss Application Server team were at or around Devoxx this year and we had the opportunity to sit down and with three of them: Jason Greene, Emanuel Muckenhuber and David Lloyd.
Episode 14 of JBoss Asylum will answer the above questions and more, take a listen and look at the shownotes.
Now go get it here.
This time we got Heiko and Pete talking with us about JUDCon Berlin and Heiko's work on the Errai project.
As usual we also cover short news from the JBoss Community, but if you've wondered what Errai actually is and what it brings to the table then take a listen from about 30 minutes in, Heiko outlines it all in this episode.
Audio and links are in the shownotes.
Now go get it here.
Summer is over and its time for the new season of JBoss Asylum to start. Many things have happened since we last recorded at JBoss World in Boston back in June thus this podcast has a lot of news to cover.
We highlight the recent releases from jboss.org but also ends up discussing the beauty of Git and Michael even gets to talk about his new job and the Oracle/Google saga.
As usual the audio and links are in the shownotes.
Now go get it here.
The final re-post to remind you to use the feeds from JBoss Tools to get JBoss tooling news ;)
Blogging about upcoming webinar tomorrow, the Cloud efforts and bringng back life to a BPEL project.
See it at JBoss Tools Blog
We recorded an improptu podcast at JUDCon 2010 which took place the day before the main event Red Hat Summit & JBoss World last week in Boston.
This podcast included a panel containing Kevin Connor (ESB/SOA), Jason Greene (AS), Aslak Knutsen (Arquillian) and Pete Muir (Seam/CDI) which got a few minute each to outline their project and after that we opened up for questions.
Those questions lead to discussions about Infinispan, JBoss AS performance, hotdeployment and other tidbits.
Due to the improptu nature of the recording we unfortunately did not have enough mic's to cover the whole audience (20+ people) but we did our best to get people to repeat their questions into the microphones. All in all the sound quality is very good and we hope you will enjoy this.
We also used some slides at this podcast, a link to those are in the shownotes.
Future blogs by me related to JBoss Tools & Developer Studio will be done at JBoss Tools Community Blog.
Please use the RSS feeds from community.jboss.org from now on to follow JBoss Tools entries.
This feed will still contain Hibernate Core and JBoss Asylum related entries.