Early this month, armed with my trusty Flipcam (and oldie but a goody), I attended SpringOne Platform hosted by by Pivotal.io. While there I was able to grab a few interviews with some of the movers and shakers. Given that the title of the event was “SpringOne,” I would have been remiss had I not grabbed one of the Spring community leaders. I was able to convince Spring Framework developer, Rossen Stoyanchev of Pivotal to chat with me.
Take a listen as Rossen talks about the history and evolution of the Spring Framework.
Some of the ground Rossen covers
- Spring Framework’s birth 12 years ago and the role of Rod Johnson’s book
- Providing tools that simplify and symbiotically work with Java Enterprise
- Additional Spring Projects e.g. Web Frameworks, Spring Integration, Spring Batch
- The debut of Spring Boot in 2012 and the quick follow up by Spring Cloud which extended programming to new models
- Where Spring is headed: reactive programming and much more
- Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development – Rod Johnson
- Spring Boot, a quick overview — Barton’s Blog
- SpringOne: Native Hybrid Cloud — The Pivotal Cloud Foundry Developer Platform in a Box – Barton’s Blog
- SpringOne: When Web Companies grow up they turn into Java Shops – Barton’s Blog
Pau for now…