Divya Mehra is responsible for the product strategy and roadmap for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid. He has a master’s degree in Computer Science from John Hopkins and an MBA from Cornell.
Mircea Markus has been with Red Hat since 2007, working on various clustering components, including JBossCache, PojoCache, and JGoups. He is a co-founder and project lead of Infinispan, where he has concentrated his efforts for the last 4 years. He is also the founder of project Radargun, a benchmarking framework for data grids, and represents Red Hat on the Expert Group of JSR 350 (Java State Management).
Bartosz Majsak works as a software developer at Cambridge Technology Partners, based in Zurich. Passionate about open source technologies and testing methodologies, Bartosz is a proud JBoss Community Recognition award recipient for both 2012 and 2013. He’s also an Arquillian team member and the lead for two modules: Persistence Extension (makes writing database-oriented tests easier) and Spock Test Runner (gives your Arquillian tests some BDD and Groovy love). One thing that perhaps proves he is not a total geek is his addiction to alpine skiing.
Martin Liebrich’s background is in Java programming, mainly in middleware and interface projects. He joined CTP in 2000.
For the last 10 years, Mark’s focus has been on developing knowledge engineering systems in Java in his role as a platform architect at Red Hat. Mark is the co-founder of the Drools project, a leading Java expert system tool, and is responsible for all technologies related to rules, processes, events, ontologies, and intelligent agents at Red Hat.
Justin Holmes was a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia, where he studied the connections between computing and the humanities, earning a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Justin specializes in developing business rules and business process management solutions and he has delivered projects for the health insurance, financial services, and retail industries. He has been with Red Hat since 2011.
Jay Balunas, founder of the AeroGear project, leads mobile initiatives for Red Hat JBoss Middleware. He’s spent 15+ years in the industry, designing and implementing solutions around client and mobile device integration, web tier frameworks, UI design, and backend integration. He is passionate about open source, standards, and is one of Red Hat’s W3C representatives. Jay blogs about mobile technologies, HTML5, and other rich internet application technologies at in.relation.to/Bloggers/Jay