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Dan Allen

Dan Allen
Vice President, OpenDevise, Inc.

Website | @mojavelinux

Dan is an open source advocate, community catalyst, author and speaker. He proudly pursues these passions as a an employee and community member of Red Hat.

In his role as Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, he leads the Asciidoctor project and serves as the community manager for Arquillian. He draws on these experiences to help make a variety of open source projects wildly successful, including Asciidoctor, Arquillian, Awestruct, JBoss Forge and CDI.

Dan is the author of Seam in Action (Manning, 2008) and has written articles for NFJS magazine, IBM developerWorks, Java Tech Journal and JAXenter. He’s also an internationally recognized speaker, having presented at major software conferences including JavaOne, Devoxx, NFJS, UberConf, RWX, JAX and Jazoon. He’s earned the titles of JavaOne Rock Star, JBossWorld Top Presenter and JAX Hall of Fame speaker.

After a long conference day, you’ll likely find Dan enjoying chatting about tech, docs and open source with fellow community members over a Trappist beer.

Sessions

Dan Allen (OpenDevise, Inc.)
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Java EE 6 is a drastic improvement over previous revisions of the platform. But regardless of how significant the releases are, it's not long before we want more. In this talk, you'll discover that waiting around for Java EE 7 isn't your only option, thanks to the portable extension SPI introduced by CDI. Read more.