Personal blog for Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart.  Writings here represent my personal opinion and do not reflect that of my current, previous, or future employers.

I’m currently managing engineering teams at CloudBees working remotely with many great guys, including some old friends.  I am now experiencing again the hands-on, team-focused, effort of shipping a product, except that now they are SaaS.  My initial project was DevOptics and we are now delivering additional SDM products.

At Progress Software, I was VP of Technology, contributing to strategic initiatives, corporate development, product definition and development, and developer events and communities.  Towards the end of my stay I was mainly focused on IOT, particularly around Activity Management.

At BlackBerry (née Research In Motion), I was Sr. Director for Open Source. I focused on technology adoption and open source: check blackberry.github.com, DevBlog, and OpenBBNews.  My team redesigned and implemented the inbound and outbound processes for Open Source to address internal needs and participate fully in the external community.

I was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, where I was involved in a number of projects: technical lead in an array of engineering projects; engineering manager for Hudson; Java Specifications; open source and community strategy for Sun’s middleware products, including GlassFish; and several adoption-related activities — most notably, chief editor for TheAquarium. Sun was acquired by Oracle in early 2010.  At Oracle I was an Architect in the Application Platform Group, focused on Open Source and Community.

I enjoy mentoring employees, interns, and university students. My latest project with students is here.

Slides of most of my public presentations are at Slideshare; public pictures are at Flickr.  I occasionally blog at Blogs.Progress.com and in the past I blogged at Java.Net and at Blogs.Sun.Com. My twitter handle is @pelegri.

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