Java Spotlight Episode 67: Pascal Bleser on FOSDEM
By Roger Brinkley on Jan 31, 2012
Interview with Pascal Bleser on FOSDEM and Open Java development.Right-click or
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- What's up with EclipseLink? (Alexis)
- More Java EE 7 - JSF 2.2 (Alexis)
- Graal Project proposed in OpenJDK
- FOSDEM Free Java dev room schedule
- Feb 4-5, FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium
- Feb. 7, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (EMEA/Russia)
- Feb. 9, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (Asia)
- Feb 13-15, JFokus, Stockholm, Sweden
- Feb 14, OTN Virtual Developer Day - Java
- Feb 28 - Mar 1, Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany
- March 5-9, QCon London 2012
- March 19–21, 33degree, Krakow, Poland
- March 21, Silicon Valley JUG
- March 22, OTN Java Dev Days, Oracle HQ
- March 26-29, EclipseCon, Reston, USA
- April 4-5, JavaOne Japan
- April 17-18 JavaOne Russia, Moscow
- April 18–20, Devoxx France, Paris
- May 3-4, JavaOne India, Hyderabad
Feature InterviewPascal is 35 years old, lives in Belgium, father of two, and works as a software developer and architect during his day job, mostly implementing high performance and highly concurrent stuff for payment systems in Java, at a large european ISV. During his much more interesting night job, he has been contributing to the openSUSE project for around 15 years and has been elected on the project board several times, including for the current period.
Pascal is also part of the core team that organizes the FOSDEM conference each year in Brussels, Belgium, with FOSDEM 2012 being his 8th, at least as far as he can remember. His job on the team encompasses several activities, such as managing the developer rooms, the main program and speakers, press andpromotion, artwork, technical infrastructure, etc.
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- "This effectively adds Mac OS X to the default set of platforms upon which to build HotSpot."