Welcome back to another edition of JBoss Weekly, bringing you news from across the net relating to JBoss Middleware. Those of you who attended Devoxx Belgium, we hope you had the opportunity to speak with our engineers there.
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I attended The Developers Conference 2017 in Sao Paulo, one of the most important developers conference in Brazil, between July 18 to July 22nd. This was the 11th edition of the event (the event started in 2007 and they also had Burr Sutter and Edson Yanaga as keynote speakers) with 5 days of events and 50+ tracks, ranging from Programming Languages like Java, Python, and others until Big Data, Machine Learning, and Internet of Things. The audience only increases year over year (we expect more than 5000 attendees). I had the chance to help the Red Hat Developers team in the booth, where we launched a campaign to register new users in the Red Hat Developers and presented about the work my team did in the past 2 years.
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Automated testing is one of the hardest, but also the most important thing to get right when doing Continuous Delivery or DevOps. Recently Aslak Knutsen and I hosted a webinar with the title “Continuous Development with Automated Testing”. The webinar had quite a few viewers (and maybe that was one of the reasons that the demo in the webinar didn’t exactly go as planned.)
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We just started this year and a lot has happened already. From now on, I will summarize the monthly happenings in JBoss to catch in one place.
A Year in Review
First thing a new year is all about is looking back. There’s been plenty of recaps about 2014 for example by Eric Schabell who highlighted the most important events for JBoss Integration & BPM. Did you know, that there is a book called “OpenShift Primer” which got completely revised and helps you getting kick-started with all kinds of JBoss technologies on OpenShift.
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