On June 3, WebSphere® experts Jason McGee, Roland Barcia, Rob Nicholson, Todd Kaplinger, Dan Jemiolo, and Brandon Smith covered just about everything you wanted to know about WebSphere sMash, the new platform for building and running dynamic Web 2.0-based applications, based on Project Zero. The chat discussed topics such as application-centric runtime, community-based development, situational applications, scripting languages, REST, Groovy, PHP, Dojo, mashups, and much more. For an overview of WebSphere sMash, see Get ready for WebSphere sMash.
This chat is for developers and anyone else who is interested in WebSphere sMash.
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Roland Barcia is a Senior Technical Staff Member and lead Web 2.0 Architect for IBM Software Services for WebSphere. He is a co-author of IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration and Persistence within the Enterprise: A Guide to Persistence Technologies.
Rob Nicholson is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM responsible for language runtime architecture. He is working on Project Zero with responsibility for the architecture of the IBM's runtime for PHP running on the Java Virtual Machine.
Dan Jemiolo is an Advisory Software Engineer on IBM's Project Zero team. He is currently working on the Project Zero Application Builder, the new browser-based IDE for developers.
Brandon Smith works on IBM's Project Zero, heading up all things data. Catch up with him at http://16cards.com/.