2018-03-02

Heavy training for upcoming Camel talks

I am busy with fitness training to get into shape for a number of upcoming Camel talks I am doing the next 3 to 4 months.




I would like to give a big thank you to Andrea Cosentino and Zoran Regvart for designing and creating these new awesome Apache Camel t-shirts.

 

After the heavy training I went up for running in the cold and snowy weather here in Denmark.

OS2 meeting in Copenhagen
On next Thursday March 8th I am attending the Danish OS2 meeting in Ballerup, Copenhagen, Denmark. Another Red Hat'er was supposed to give a talk at this event but he had to cancel, and we are not so many danish employees so they contacted me if I could go. So the audience have to endure my technical talk about Apache Camel microservices on Kubernetes.

DevNation Live Webinar
On Thursday March 15th I am doing a webinar hosted by Burr Sutter from Red Hat. The topic is Camel riders in the cloud.
Apache Camel has fundamentally changed the way enterprise Java™ developers think about system-to-system integration by making enterprise integration patterns (EIP) a simple declaration in a lightweight application wrapped and delivered as a single JAR.
In this session, we’ll show you how to bring the best practices from the enterprise integration world together with Linux containers, running on top of Kubernetes/OpenShift, and deployed as microservices, which are both cloud-native and cloud-portable.
The webinar is free to attend and you can register form the DevNation website.

JPoint Moscow
In the beginning of April I am traveling for my first time to Russia, Moscow to attend the JPoint conference and give a talk about developing Camel microservices on Kubernetes.


I will take Mr Camel with me as he don't want to miss the opportunity to drink the great Russian Vodka. And hopefully we'll have Red Hat to sponsor a number of books so we can have giveaways or a book signing.

Red Hat Summit
I will then go to San Francisco in the beginning of May to attend and speak at the Red Hat Summit. I will give a Camel talk and then we are doing two workshops, one about Camel development with APIs and another about the new Fuse Online product (low-code integration platform).

GR8Conf EU
At the end of May I will be at the gr8conf in Copenhagen, where I will give a Camel talk to the Groovy crowd.

Barcelona or Copenhagen in June
And that is not all, the Fuse team is likely going to have a face to face meeting sometime in June so I have to let my calendar be open for that. But hopefully it will fall in place so I have time to submit a paper for the awesome conference in Barcelona. Unfortunately the JDK.IO conference in Copenhagen clashes at the same time, so I cannot be in two places at once. But lets see, maybe they are tired of hearing about Camel's. After all I have been 3 or 4 times at the Barcelona conference.

Hamburg running
And I am going to Hamburg in end of April for my first marathon run. I will travel down there on Friday, so hopefully I can catch up with Bennet Schulz whom works on the Camel IDEA plugin. The run is on Sunday.

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