Brad Micklea

Brad Micklea is the Vice President of Developer Tools, Program and Advocacy at Red Hat. He joined Red Hat when Codenvy, the company he co-ran, was acquired in 2017. Brad has spent over 20 years in product leadership roles for tools that help developers and administrators. He has spoken at numerous industry events including JavaOne, Devoxx and Red Hat Summit.

Areas of Expertise

development, java, containers, kubernetes, openshift, devops

Recent Posts

Red Hat strengthens commitment to open source tooling, joins new working group

Red Hat strengthens commitment to open source tooling, joins new working group

The Eclipse Cloud Development (ECD) project group started at the Eclipse Foundation in 2016 with Eclipse Che and Orion open source coding tools. Each year since has seen greater interest and new projects added, including Theia, CodeWind, Dirigible, Sprotty, and now Che4z. As the ECD has grown to become a center of open source cloud-native development tooling, user and vendor interest has also increased; users of Eclipse Cloud Development projects now number well over 500k, and several other vendors have joined Red Hat to push tooling forward in this critical market. This has been fantastic, as it has driven more contributions and collaboration from the community.

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Eclipse CheConf 2018 – Join the live stream February 21st at 10 am EST

Eclipse CheConf 2018 – Join the live stream February 21st at 10 am EST

CheConf 2018, the second Eclipse Che user and developer virtual conference is happening on February 21st. This one-day virtual conference explains how cloud developer workspaces are changing the way applications are created, and how companies are building cloud-native developer tools. Eclipse Che is the largest extensible cloud development platform in the market, with over 150,000 public developer sessions a month. Join hundreds of fellow Che users in sessions that include how-tos, case studies, and community talks from experts throughout the Eclipse Che community.

The live stream starts at 10:00 EST on February 21st with a series of 30 minute sessions and 1 hour tutorials. Live chat and Q&A will be moderated by Che committers.

Join the fun, learn about cloud development, and see how organizations large and small are benefiting from Che. Register early to guarantee your spot.

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