As you know, Errai is sponsored by JBoss and Red Hat. Errai and other great Red Hat open source technologies will be appearing at some of our fantastic upcoming community events. Here's an overview of some opportunities to learn about new technologies and mingle with the development teams from the plethora of great software we develop!
Red Hat Developer Exchange:
Red Hat Connect Developer Exchange is heading back to Boston. You won't want to miss this one-day event where you can learn more about Red Hat developer tools and technologies. From gcc to Java to scripting languages, from traditional models to devops--You'll get the chance to connect with fellow developers, share real-world challenges, and solve mutual problems through collaboration.
5 tracks and 25 sessions will cover important topics, including:
• Programming on OpenShift Online PaaS
• OpenShift Enterprise and Java
• Languages and tools for mission-critical development
• Get more out of Red Hat Enterprise Linux tools
Red Hat Developer Exchange Agenda:
The activities start Sunday evening June 9th with the JUDCon, CamelOne and Red Hat Exchange reception. Then Monday and Tuesday, there will be 3 tracks of sessions, and 2 workshop tracks as well. The evening will also include a JBoss Core Developer panel, a live recording of the JBoss Community Asylum, and yes, beer.
The JBoss Users and Developers Conferences are developer gatherings held around the Globe to give JBoss users the chance to talk to and collaborate with Java contributors and core developers. The core JBoss developers, along with the open source community, create and support the projects that drive innovation and help lead development in standards bodies like the Java Community Process, the Apache Software Foundation, OASIS, W3C and other open standards organizations. Many of these projects become the upstream for Red Hat JBoss products.
3 tracks and 33 sessions will cover topics including:
• Java and Java EE App Development
• Mobile Development
• Drools, jBPM, Fuse, ActiveMQ, Infinispan
• and many more
6 workshops providing hands-on labs covering:
• Ceylon taught by Gavin King and Stephane Epardaud
• Infinispan and JBoss Data Grid cross-datacenter replication
• CDI, Forge and Errai
• and many more.
JUDCon:2013 Boston Agenda
CamelOne is designed specifically for professionals using open source integration and messaging solutions in the enterprise and will feature a combination of keynote presentations, educational sessions and networking events that will enable attendees to meet, learn and share ideas with open source integration experts.
Founders, committers and users of Apache Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ and CXF enjoyed a great Meet and Greet in the Exhibit Hall from 6:30 to 8:30. Stop by and mingle with your community over hors d’oeuvres and drinks!