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CEO of Hyperic, Javier Soltero on SYS-CON.TV

Other CEOs interviewed at JavaOne 2008: Chris Keene of WaveMaker; Sean Walsh, Skyway Software; Rod Johnson, SpringSource...

Javier Soltero, CEO of  Hyperic, stopped by to talk with SYS-CON.TV host Jeremy Geelan at SYS-CON.TV's JavaOne studio in San Francisco's Moscone Center at JavaOne earlier this month.

Other CEOs interviewed by Geelan at JavaOne 2008 included Chris Keene of WaveMaker; Sean Walsh, Skyway Software; Rod Johnson of SpringSource; Ari Zilka, Terracotta; and Mike Cannon-Brookes, Atlassian.

Further Java luminaries and industry executives interviewed at JavaOne 2008 included:

    From Icesoft - Ted Goddard, CTO

    From www.AzulSystems.com)">Azul Systems - Shyam Pillalamarri, Co-Founder & VP of Software Engineering

    From Sun - Param Singh, Sr. Director, JavaFX Marketing 

    From Gemstone - Jags Ramnarayan, Chief Architect

    From Google - Joshua Bloch, Java Architect

    From Parasoft - Wayne Ariola, VP of Strategy

    From Elixir Technology - Lau Shih Hor, CEO


    From PushToTest - Frank Cohen,CEO & Founder

    From On2 Technology - Bill Joll, President & CEO

    From Sun - Gregg Sporar, Group Manager, NetBeans Marketing

    From Sybase - Jeff Pryslak, Technology Evangelist

    From Azul Sytems - Gil Tene, Vice President of Technology & CTO

    From Managed Methods - Al Aghili, CTO

    From Kaazing - Jonas Jacobi & John Fallows, Founders

    From Liferay - Brian Chan, Chief Software Architect

    From Instantiations - Ed Klimas, VP of Professional Services

    From Parasoft - Dr Adam Kolawa, Co-founder and CEO

    From Carnegie Mellon West - Tony Wasserman, Professor of Software Engineering Practice

    From Pervasive Software - Mike Hoskins, CTO

    From Coverity - Andy Chou, Chief Scientist

    From Kaazing - Ric Smith, Director of Product Strategy & Brian Albers, VP of Development

    From Sun - Michael Czapski, Advanced Solutions Architect

    From Blu Age - Christian Champagne, Chairman & CEO

    From Sun - Patrick Curran, Chair of the JCP, director of the JCP Program

    From Software FX - Ivan Giugni, VP Products

    From Layer 7 Tech - Dimitri Sirota, VP Marketing and Alliances

    From Infragistics - James Cook, Manager, Java Products

    From InterSystems - Iran Hutchinson, Product Manager, Development

    From Parasoft - Matt Love, Software Development Manager

    From Sun - Rich Sands, Group Manager, Community Marketing Manager, OpenJDK and Mobile and Embedded Communities

    From Instantiations - Eric Clayberg, Sr. VP Product Development

    From CodeGear - Jeff Anders, Sr. Director Product Marketing, CodeGear

    From Sun - Ken Drachnik, Community Development and Marketing Manager, Open Source Group

    From SESMA Systems - Charles Sesma, President

    From Tidal Software - Karoosh Nachiemi

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