Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Introduction to Red Hat Developer Studio Webinar

The recording for this webinar is online at

The upcoming Red Hat Developer Studio attracted quite a bit of attention and buzz recently at JavaOne and the Red Hat Summit. Red Hat Developer Studio will be the first completely open source, Eclipse-based development environment with robust capabilities for building rich, enterprise applications. Red Hat Developer Studio also will include the new JBoss Enterprise Application Platform so that developers will have one installer that integrates all their development tools, components, and platforms with no manual configuration necessary.

If you missed out on the live demos that we did for Red Hat Developer Studio, you can check out a webinar that we're hosting 5/31 at 2:00 PM EDT:

Introduction to Red Hat Developer Studio

This webinar will introduce Red Hat Developer Studio, a new, robust, and completely open source Eclipse-based IDE for building enterprise Rich Internet Applications. Come see how to use exciting features like new JBoss Seam wizards and tools, JBoss RichFaces editors with visual previews, and robust Hibernate tooling.

HOSTED BY: Bryan Che
SPEAKERS: James Williams: Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Max Katz: Senior Systems Engineer, Exadel
DATE: Thursday, May 31
TIME: 2 p.m. EDT

Register Here to attend the webinar

If you aren't able to attend the live webinar, we plan to record it and make it available for viewing on an on-demand basis. Hope to see you there!

Monday, May 14, 2007

Red Hat Summit Presentations

Last week, I had a whirlwind California trip and attended both the Red Hat Summit in San Diego as well as JavaOne in San Francisco. I gave a presentation on Red Hat's new developer offerings on Wednesday morning at the Summit, flew to San Francisco early Wednesday afternoon for JavaOne, and then returned Thursday morning to San Diego in time to give my 11:30am presentation on Red Hat Messaging at the Summit.

Here are PDF's of the two presentations I gave at the Red Hat Summit:

Both the Red Hat Developer Program and Red Hat Messaging are exciting new offerings that Red Hat is introducing this year. The Red Hat Developer Program just launched last month and provides new developer offerings from tools and software to services and support. It will also include the upcoming Red Hat Developer Studio IDE.

Red Hat Messaging is a new open source project that implements AMQP and will provide revolutionary new levels of openness, performance, and reliability in the messaging space.