Alasdair Nottingham

Hi I'm Alasdair Nottingham, you might remember me from such videos such as "Interview with IBM's Alasdair Nottingham on the WebSphere Liberty Profile", and "OSGi Explained". I'm the Liberty runtime architect, which means that I write less code than I would like. My role in the team is to ensure we stick to our principles, and to ensure we build the best application server for developers, oh and it also needs to rock in production too.

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WebSphere Liberty 17.0.0.2 Virtual Proof of Technology

WebSphere Liberty V17.0.0.2 is here! It includes many new enhancements. If you are interested in what’s new join our WebSphere Liberty V17.0.0.2 Virtual Proof of...

Writing a simple MicroProfile application (4): Using WebSockets and CDI events

Alasdair takes his simple MicroProfile application and adds WebSockets and CDI Events to notify the client about changes to the meeting. All code is...

Writing a simple MicroProfile application (3): Using Java EE concurrency

Alasdair takes his simple MicroProfile application and adds persistence using MongoDB as the persistence mechanism. All code is in GitHub.

Writing a simple MicroProfile application (2): Adding persistence

Alasdair takes his simple MicroProfile application and adds persistence using MongoDB as the persistence mechanism. All code is in GitHub.

Writing a simple MicroProfile application (1)

Alasdair introduces MicroProfile by explaining how to write a simple application based around the mundane but real-life requirement to book meetings.

Faster application development with IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3

JetBrains have improved the Liberty support in IntelliJ IDEA to make deployment faster.

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