Wanna work on cool open source projects like Apache Camel and fabric8

Jonathan Anstey whom is lead in the JBoss Fuse sustaining team (and also co-author of the Camel in Action books) posted a tweet today about an opening in his team.

So if you want to work on cool open source projects upstream like Apache Camel, fabric8, and yeah also sometimes Apache Karaf, ServiceMix, CXF, hawtio, etc.

The position is: Senior Software Engineer
Location: Remote

You can find more details about the job at the Red Hat site.

If you want to apply then you can use apply directly from the Red Hat website. Or you can get in touch with me, where we can have a little talk, and then I can make a referrer from inside Red Hat which would put you one step ahead.


Complete overview of all Camel components and JARs

You can now see a complete overview of all Camel components, data formats, languages, and miscellaneous components at the Camel github website: https://github.com/apache/camel/tree/master/components#components

Also we now count the total number as well, so at this time of writing there are 218 Camel components.

The tables on that page are all auto generated from the Camel source code which ensures its always up to date.

This information is also available from the camel-catalog, which allows tooling to tap into this information as well. And we will also use this to ensure the new website / documentation is using this to build a up to date TOC as well for all the Camel documentation.