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Developer Interview With Matthias Wessendorf About Openshift, Aerogear and How to Bring Java EE to Mobiles

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Developer Interview With Matthias Wessendorf About Openshift, Aerogear and How to Bring Java EE to Mobiles

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Welcome to another episode of my developer interviews. It is my pleasure to introduce Matthias Wessendorf (@mwessendorfblog), whom I know since a long time already. We've been working in and around Java EE for quite a while and met again in Red Hat finally.

Matthias is working at Red Hat where he is leading the AeroGear project. Previously, he was the PMC Chair of the Apache MyFaces project. Matthias is a regular conference speaker.

We've been talking about all kinds of mobile and his project AeroGear and OpenShift and how to connect Java EE backends to Mobiles of any kind.

Sit back, relax and get a #Coffee+++! Thanks Matthias for taking the time!


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