Rod Johnson, TweetCreator of Spring
Biography: Rod Johnson
Rod is SVP, Middleware and GM of the SpringSource division at VMware. He is a thought leader on open source, as well as a popular speaker at conferences and symposia around the world. Spring was based on the code published with Rod's best-selling "Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development" (2002). This book was one of the most influential books ever published on J2EE and the sequel, "J2EE without EJB" (July 2004, with Juergen Hoeller), has proven almost equally significant, establishing a comprehensive vision for lightweight, post-EJB J2EE development.
Rod has specialized in server-side Java since 1996 across a wide range of industries. His hands-on experience has led him to see problems from a client's perspective as well as a technology perspective, and has driven his influential criticism of bloated, inefficient, orthodox approaches to J2EE architecture.
Rod is a member of the Java Community Process (JCP) Executive Committee (EC) and holds a BA with Honors in Computer Science, Mathematics and Musicology as well as a Phd from the University of Sydney.
Presentation: Tweet"Where Next for Enterprise Java?"
Over the last 10 years, Java and JVM based languages have come to dominate enterprise computing but the nature of enterprise workloads are changing faster than ever before. With the rise of cloud deployment options, both public and private, comes new challenges to existing concepts of enterprise data, applications and development practices. What does enterprise Java need to do to stay relevant in this new emerging infrastructure? Join me in this discussion about how to evolve the enterprise Java community.
Keywords: Java, Enterprise, Spring, Grails, Public Cloud, Private Cloud.
Target Audience: Enterprise developers, architects, IT Managers and technology executives interested in JVM based enterprise computing.