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Meet Fabrizio Gianneschi – One of September’s Most Interesting Developers

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(c) Nicola Asuni – http://images.tecnick.com It’s that time where we announce our second winner – The Most Interesting Developer for September. Meet Fabrizio Gianneschi who is also a Jelastic user! He stopped by our booth at JavaOne last month and we can definitely confirm he is INTERESTING and passionate about all things Java! Fabrizio…

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Meet William Sikkens – One of August’s Most Interesting Developers

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Jelastic has selected William (Bill) Sikkens as one of August’s most interesting developers.  He was nominated by a work colleague, Gretchen Winkler.  Bill is a quantum physicist and has a knighthood in two Orders.  He has been part of the technology industry since the early 1990’s. His first programming project was to create software for a…

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Meet Vlad Mihalcea – One of August’s Most Interesting Developers

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Jelastic has selected Vlad Mihalcea as one of August’s most interesting developers.  He is a passionate software architect interested in designing optimal technical solutions. He has always been attracted to concurrency challenges, multi-threading processing tasks or online transaction processing. Whenever he employs a certain framework, it becomes part of his current project, meaning he has the responsibility of…

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Meet Christoph Engelbert – One of July’s Most Interesting Developers

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Jelastic has chosen Christoph Engelbert as one of our Most Interesting Developers for July, 2014! Christoph is a passionate Java developer with a deep commitment for Open Source software, mostly interested in Performance Optimizations and understanding the internals of the JVM and the Garbage Collector. He loves to bring software to it’s limits by looking into profilers…

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