I am on the Java and P2P "side of the force", and frameworks/libraries revolving around them. I have visited PHP and I got deep in web land too (Spring/HTML/CSS/JS). I have developed a recent interest in Erlang.
You will also find me on the management/leading/business/marketing "side of the force" as I have developed a passion for leadership and innovation. That includes calculated risk taking.
I have led the release of Open Source JXTA/JXSE 2.6 and 2.7. I have also written Practical JXTA II, a book about JXTA, P2P and NAT traversal. I have started Chaupal, a new project for the design and implementation of a new P2P framework in Java. Unfortunately, this project is on hold due to lack of time.
P.S.: An MBA who has led an open source project? What kind of monkey is that?
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