Welcome New Java Champion Sebastian Daschner
Sebastian is the lead developer behind the JAX-RS Analyzer, a opensourced project based on his computer science thesis from the Munich University of Applied Sciences.
He is an active JCP member, supporting several Java EE JSRs like JAX-RS and JSONB. He is evaluating early drafts of the next Java EE versions and blogging about progress, examples and potential improvements. He has wide-ranging professional experience and has worked as a consultant to small and large companies in Germany for several years.
Besides his work on the JAX-RS Analyzer, he participates in other open source projects like JCountdown and also publishes Java EE 7 examples such as JAX-RS Hypermedia and the AsciiBlog application on Github. He regularly publishes content on his blog (https://blog.sebastian-daschner.com) and he has recorded several video tutorials teaching Java-related technologies or explaining his own Java projects. You can follow him on Twitter @DaschnerS
Sebastian is a frequent speaker at Java conferences and events like JavaLand, JUGs in Germany, JUG Oslo, JavaDay Tokyo and Netbeans Day Munich. His main topics are Java EE related (like JSONB, JAX-RS, REST, etc). He also helps to organize Hackergartens and Early Adopters Areas.
Recently, he joined "Nighthacking motorcycle tours" with Stephen Chin to speak at several JUGs in Germany and Japan. Their content is published online at nighthacking.com
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