Welcome to another episode of my developer interviews. It is my pleasure to introduce Matthias Wessendorf (@mwessendorf, blog), whom I know since a long time already. We've been working in and around Java EE for quite a while and met again in Red Hat finally.
Matthias is working at Red Hat where he is leading the AeroGear project. Previously, he was the PMC Chair of the Apache MyFaces project. Matthias is a regular conference speaker.
I'm an Uber user, its a great service outside of cities with decent public transport. But I have been thinking about where they will justify the $17bn valuation and give people a return on that $1.2bn investment. At the same time I've been following the autonomous car pieces with interest and I think there is a pretty clear way this can end, especially as Uber have already said they are going
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I'm happy to welcome you to another episode of my developer interviews. This time happening in the same timezone and a bright awake Markus got the chance to talk to Geert Schuring (@geertschuring, blog) wo works for Dutch Luminis. We talked about his latest project with JBoss Fuse and why he loves it a lot.
The "Heroes of Java" series took a long break. Honestly, I thought it might end in the middle of nowhere, even if there are still so many people I would love to include here. One of them is Dan. The first time I asked him to contribute is almost one and a half year back and with everything which happened in the meantime, I made my peace with not getting an answer anymore. But the following arrived in my inbox during JavaOne and was basically a birthday present for me.