25% of businesses will lose competitive ranking by 2017 as a result of digital business incompetence.
86% of customers will stop doing business with an organization after one bad experience.
55% of consumers prefer automated self-service, doubling figures seen in the past five years.
Just a short few days back I was at Devoxx Belgium. For those not in the know. Devoxx Belgium is the premier European java conference and is often referred to as the Java One of Europe. It's a developer centric conference. The folks in attendance are generally language geeks, jvm junkies, performance nuts and general java enthusiasts. We, Red Hat, have been sponsoring the event for a few years now and had a premier stand along with a keynote slot at this years event.
Infinite Possibilities with JBoss, xPaaS and OpenShift
Devoxx is nearly a wrap. Beside the general awesomeness, Stephan and his team launched a new content website to be the number one stop for all topics related to technologies which are relevant for Devoxx attendees. While I've been at GeeCon, Lucy asked me for an interview which I happily gave. So we get to chat about WildFly development and explains why the Java EE needs you.