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JBoss Community Asylum

Oct 7, 2009

Recorded Monday 5. October, 2009


Michael Neale (Info, @michaelneale),
Max Rydahl Andersen (Info, @maxandersen)
Emmanuel Bernard (Info, @emmanuelbernard)
Guest: Aaron Walker, Base2Services, @aaronwalker

Music by Real Rice License Art Libre 1.3

Direct download .mp3 and .ogg

Follow up from last week:

"JBoss asylum podcast is likely a hit at home.
My wife will love the french accent..." - @sherod
"@maxandersen if you could great "Belinda" in
Danish next podcast, I'll let u know how it goes :)" - @sherod

http://asylum.jboss.orgnow our official home

Interview with Aaron Walker

JBoss AS 2 (no link possible ;)
JBoss Messaging
Aaron and Emmanuel's talk at JavaOne
Drools Fusion

Short news

JBoss Google summer of codeproject roundups:
Drools refactoring : blog and Wiki
Hibernate Search - alternate storage and replication mechanisms (in-memory, infinispan, jms)
Trustin + Bayeux (comet)
General Google Summer Of Code

Teiid release (they had a release recently, I think - yes, and they showed Hibernate integration by having a dialect + support for jdbc metadata)

JBoss Developer Studio released (with update site)

Australian, Danish and Belgian beer.

Java 5 END OF LIFE in October

Local conferences:

6nd October, 11:30 - 12:30, Hardy speaking about Hibernate Search at JAOO,

15th October, JUG from Marseille will host Emmanuel.

27th October, Casalogic are doing a JBoss Developer Day near Copenhagen, Max doing hands on and theory all day (phew!)

3rd November, Michael in Singapore in November for a Red Hat/Jboss and partners technical summit

25th to the 27th November, Michael at in Brisbane (talks on CEP (drools) and Scala)

Emmanuel at W-JAX (Munich) on Bean Validation, JPA 2 and Hibernate Search
Emmanuel at JavaEdge (Israel) on Bean Validation
Emmanuel at Devoxx (Antwerp, Belgium) a university talk on Hibernate Search (3hrs)

These and other events shows up at

Adam Warski
nine and a half years ago


the idea is great, but what you could do to make it even better is upload the podcast to some service which enables tagging (or embed such a player), so that you could mark a point in time where eg \"Emmanuel talks about Hibernate Search\", \"Aaron talks about AS2\" etc, so that it would be easy to skip subjects which you are not interested in.

1:20 is a lot of time, and most of the audience will probably be already familiar with some projects you are talking about.