Tue, 11 December 2012
Rod Johnson is well known for his work creating and leading SpringSource, and the Spring Framework. But did you know he recently started working with TypeSafe organization? He's advising them on their board of directors, and he's working on his own Scala hobby application. He has some views about the language, how to start using it, complexity vs readability, the "No Frameworks" movement, and more.
If you want to listen to Rod's history working on Spring, have a listen to episode 74.
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Direct download: TechCast_Episode_75-RodJohnson-Scala_Views-Part-2.mp3
Category:techcast -- posted at: 10:25am EDT
Mon, 10 December 2012
This interview is a walk through the lead up to and the creation of the Spring Framework with no founder Rod Johnson. Recently, Rod left the company sponsoring Spring, VMware Corporation, and joined up as a board member of TypeSafe to advise them on the future of Scala and other projects.
The podcast, then, is broken into two parts - the first part focuses on Rod's history in creating Spring, what makes it compelling, and how it has developed over the years.
The next part, which will appear on TechCast #75, will focus on Scala, a language that has become more popular of late. Rod is currently advising TypeSafe, the sponsors and creators of Scala, and he has been working on a project for several months totally written in the Scala language.
Disclosure Note - Chariot Solutions is a VMware consulting and value-added training center partner.
Enjoy this two-part interview.
Direct download: TechCast_Episode_74-RodJohnson-HistoryOfSpring-Part-1.mp3
Category:techcast -- posted at: 2:05pm EDT