Jerry Cuomo talks about Project Zero.
Yesterday I talked about Project Zero, IBM's platform for developing and deploying Web 2.0 apps. Now, in "developerWorks Interviews: Jerry Cuomo on Project Zero," a developerWorks podcast, IBM Fellow (the most senior technical level in IBM) and CTO of the whole WebSphere brand Jerry Cuomo talks about the project.
Jerry talks about Zero being about "radical simplification," the idea of an environment that makes programming as simple as possible, yet also powerful enough for writing real apps. Zero really is a new project from the ground up, separate from the other WebSphere products. Rather than try to simplify existing products--although efforts are always continuing to try to make our products easier to use--Zero starts over with the goal of trying to make things as simple as possibe, yet still powerful and useful.
Want to see how we're doing? Check it out at ProjectZero.org and let us know how we can make it better and more useful for the work you do.