I drove the 200+ mile round trip yesterday to our Farnborough offices for some meetings and to finalise a Cloud Security Webinar that we are doing globally tomorrow (read more about this later). Whilst there I met up with Jeremy Brown one of the shining lights of Red Hat EMEA. I have been really eager to get a microphone in front of him for weeks so this was an ideal opportunity to record a podcast.
Jeremy will be talking about JBoss, OpenShift and the cool things that we're working on in the UK as well as the latest and greatest releases from the JBoss release team. The challenges enterprises and corporates face and also everything PaaS.
So you're wondering what you're going to be doing in the run up to Olympics 2012 / the European Football Championships, the UK Jubilee celebrations, well I have something for you which might act as a panacea for all those developers who like myself were worried about having to down tools to be social in the weeks and months ahead.
If, like me, you want something to play with that will keep you occupied and deliver a sense of achievement whilst reducing your chances of having to attend social gatherings over the next few weeks and the risk of a suntan then I have good news for you. We just made JBoss Developer Studio 5.0 Early Access Beta available for free download.
In all seriousness, we're all about the developer and application in Cloud and we're making these download(s) available to you to demonstrate the power of both our tools and our message.
Remember you can also register and download the latest versions of JBoss EAP 6 Beta and empower yourself with lots of Java EE 6 goodness as well. You can find more information on that by visiting this page on RedHat.com.
Now you have no excuse to remotely engage in any other activity outside your IDE for the next couple of months. We're nice like that at Red Hat - tell your friends 🙂