Tuesday, March 31, 2009
I mentioned that Sacha was leaving. Well I can now mention who is taking over.
Posted by Mark Little at 8:58 am
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I work for Red Hat, where I lead JBoss technical direction and research/development. Prior to this I was SOA Technical Development Manager and Director of Standards. I was Chief Architect and co-founder at Arjuna Technologies, an HP spin-off (where I was a Distinguished Engineer). I've been working in the area of reliable distributed systems since the mid-80's. My PhD was on fault-tolerant distributed systems, replication and transactions. I'm also a Professor at Newcastle University and Lyon.
Congrat's Mark, nice to see you rising to the challenges of running JBoss technically.
Good luck! :-)
Thanks Eric :-)
Congrats Mark! Well deserved.
Wow, that's awesome Mark! Congrats!
Thanks to everyone!!
Hey congratulations Mark. Good luck in the new role. Dave.
Who would have thought middleware capitals in Neuchatel and Newcastle???
Congrats - and see more comments at http://bobbickel.blogspot.com/2009/03/mark-little-jboss-cto.html
Hi Bob. Yeah, IT is taking over from coal and ship building over here ;-)
Congratulations again, Mark. I've always appreciated your approach to software and your philosophy of openness and collaboration which guides it. I'm excited to see how this next evolutionary progression at JBoss unfolds.
Hi David. Yes, this next phase is going to be interesting. Good to have you along to help!
Congratulations. I am so pleased. And I wish Sacha well in whatever he does too.
Well deserved and I look forward to ever more interesting exchanges and conversations.
Congrat's Mark - awesome and very much deserved.
I wish you nothing but success in your new role.
I'm quite curious to see where you will drive JBoss in a world moving to distributed solutions (call it SOA, cloud or whatever) your background could be the key of (another) JBoss success.
Hi Stefano. Yes, let's hope :-)
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