Java Spotlight Episode 52: Cameron Purdy, Vice President of Development at Oracle, on JavaEE
By Roger Brinkley on Oct 18, 2011
Cameron Purdy is the Vice President of Development at Oracle. In this interview he talks about his responsibilities, the product sets, and new investments that Oracle is making along with the community in Java EE development.
Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel are Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate.
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- JavaOne 2011: Keynote videos, Parleys.com, content slides
- Oracle Technical Network Videos
- JavaOne EE Technical Keynote
- JSR updates: JAX-RS 2.0, javax.cache
- Oracle Public Cloud - about the Java PaaS Side
- Oct 19 AllState JUG, Chicago
- Oct 20 Enterprise OTN Dev Days, Romania
- Oct 25 Java SE OTN Dev Days, Chicago, Westin Michigan Avenue
- Oct 26 Enterprise OTN Dev Days, Chicago, Westin Michigan Avenue
- Nov 01 JUG Argentina, Buenos Aires
- Nov 02-04 Eclipse Con Europe, Ludwigsburg, Germany
- Nov 7-11, OREDEV, Malmo, Sweden
- Nov 08 Mobile-Enterprise OTN Dev Days, Shenzhen
- Nov 10 Mobile-Enterprise OTN Dev Days, Beijing
- Nov 14-18 Devoxx, Antwerp
- Nov 15-17, DOAG, Nuremberg, Germany
Cameron Purdy is Vice President of Development at Oracle. Prior to joining Oracle, Mr. Purdy was the CEO of Tangosol, whose revolutionary Coherence Data Grid product provides reliable and scalable data management across the enterprise. He has over ten years of experience with Java and Java-related technology. As a software visionary and industry leader, he is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and has received a number of awards in recognition of his contribution to the Java community, including twice being named as a JavaOne RockStar and being recognized in TheServerSide's Who's Who in Enterprise Java. He regularly participates in industry standards development and is a specification lead for the Java Community Process.
- Modularity, OSGi, Java EE 6, developer-focused, etc. Been there done that!
- Basement Coders interview Henrik Ståhl at JavaOne 2011
Transcript for this show is available here when available.