Bernd

Bernd is working as an Architect for SAP AG in Walldorf. His main areas of working are Eclipse, OSGi and Modeling. Before he joined SAP, Bernd was working as an independent consultant in different domains from tooling for automotive embedded systems to enterprise Java applications.
Benrd is a regular speaker at various conferences and has written a number of articles in different magazines. In 2008 there has been a published a German book by dPunkt on OSGi which he have co-authored called "Die OSGi Service Platform.

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Episode 155: Johannes Link & Lasse Koskela on TDD

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Episode 155: Johannes Link & Lasse Koskela on TDD

In this episode Johannes Link interviews Lasse Koskela – the author of “Test-Driven” – about test-driven development (TDD). We cover the basics, the rationale behind it and the challenges you face when doing it in more difficult environments.

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Episode 154: Ola Bini on Ioke

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Episode 154: Ola Bini on Ioke

This is a conversation with Ola Bini on his experimental language Ioke. We cover the idea behind the Ioke experiment as well as important language concepts and the thinking behind them.

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Episode 153: Jan Bosch on Product Lines and Software Ecosystems

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Episode 153: Jan Bosch on Product Lines and Software Ecosystems

This episode is a conversation with Jan Bosch about product line engineering (PLE). Jan has worked in various roles and industries and academia in the context of product lines. In this episode we look at Jan’s view of what is next for product lines: software ecosystems. What is their relationship to PLE and how should PLE change to remain relevant?

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Episode 152: MISRA with Johan Bezem

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Episode 152: MISRA with Johan Bezem

Our guest Johan Bezem explains the idea behind and the benefits of MISRA. MISRA defines guidelines for C and C++ programming in order to ensure quality. While it got started for embedded automotive development, it is more generally applicable.

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Episode 151: Intentional Software with Shane Clifford

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Episode 151: Intentional Software with Shane Clifford

This episode is a discussion with Shane Clifford, who is a development manager at Intentional Software. We discuss the idea behind intentional programming, key concepts of the technology as well as example uses and a little bit of history.

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