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Director Technical Marketing & Evangelism at Chronosphere
Eric is Chronosphere's Director Evangelism. He's renowned in the development community as a speaker, lecturer, author and baseball expert. His current role allows him to help the world understand the challenges they are facing with cloud native observability. He brings a unique perspective to the stage with a professional life dedicated to sharing his deep expertise of open source technologies, organizations, and is a CNCF Ambassador. Follow on https://www.schabell.org.
Education Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU Amsterdam) · Computer Science
Sep 1996 - Jun 2002
Oct 2023 - Current
Defining a standard for open dashboards and visualization project for cloud native observability environments. Contributing to user documentation.
Nov 2010 - Dec 2023
Founded project and maintained for usage in the jBPM project and downstream Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite product. It can be found integrated into the Business Central process designer. A migration tool for process definitions from jbpm 3 PDL to standard BPMN2
Jan 2010 - Jan 2018
The goal of this project is to provide for existing users of jBPM some migration tooling to assist with moving to jBPM5.
Aug 2007 - Dec 2016
jBPM is a toolkit for building business applications to help automate business processes and decisions. Diverse bug fixes, documentation and other contributions from jBPM v3.1 to 6.x.
Jan 2005 - Dec 2009
A project that plans to provide a source-based Linux distribution based on a tool set that has been documented from the beginning of the design cycle. This will be the driving goal behind all development here on AbTLinux. Clearly documented design, clear development goals leading to each release and just getting them done! This project is programmed in Ruby.
Mar 2004 - Dec 2006
This is a simple web-based Baby Game that allows users to submit birthdate guesses for a baby that is on the way! It provides both running overviews of the current guesses, stats on the cumulated data and color coded identification of the submitted guesses.
Jan 2001 - Oct 2004
Source Mage is a free and open source project founded on the principle of returning control back to System Administrators. Our main project, Source Mage GNU/Linux, is an operating system distribution for system administrators, power-users and others who really want control over their systems and want to understand better how "things" work. This is a "source-based" distribution which means that our package installation directly compiles the source code on the user's machine.
Data is at the center of everything we do. As each day passes, more and more of it is collected. With that, there’s a need to improve how we accept, store, and interpret it. What role do data pipelines play in the software profession? How are data pipelines designed? What are some common data pipeline challenges? These are just a few of the questions we address in our research.In DZone’s 2022 Trend Report, "Data Pipelines: Ingestion, Warehousing, and Processing," we review the key components of a data pipeline, explore the differences between ETL, ELT, and reverse ETL, propose solutions to common data pipeline design challenges, dive into engineered decision intelligence, and provide an assessment on the best way to modernize testing with data synthesis. The goal of this Trend Report is to provide insights into and recommendations for the best ways to accept, store, and interpret data.
Development speed, engineering capacity, and technical skills are among the most prevalent bottlenecks for teams tasked with modernizing legacy codebases and innovating new solutions. In response, an explosion of “low-code” solutions has promised to mitigate such challenges by abstracting software development to a high-level visual or scripting language used to build integrations, automate processes, construct UI, and more. While many tools aim to democratize development by reducing the required skills, others seek to enhance developer productivity by eliminating needs such as custom code for boilerplate app components. Over the last decade, the concept of low code has matured into a category of viable solutions that are expected to be incorporated within mainstream application development. In this Trend Report, DZone examines advances in the low-code space, including developers' perceptions of low-code solutions, various use cases and adoption trends, and strategies for successful integration of these tools into existing development processes.