Jason is a software engineer currently working on the Red Hat Developer Program Team, Arquillian, Quarkus, web site and other developer experience projects within Red Hat. His specialties include Wildfly, Quarkus, CDI, JSF, Java EE, solr, and Gradle. He has worked with PHP, Ruby, Groovy, SASS, the rest of the web language arena (HTML, CSS, JS, etc). His current position as Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat has him work primarily on the developers.redhat.com website, however, he also contributes to JBoss Forge, Arquillian, Apache DeltaSpike, Awestruct, Asciidoctor and others as time allows. He's very interested in the developer experience and helping to improve it at all aspects.
Design is a crucial element to any software project. Sooner or later, the reasons for writing all of this code are going to be communicated to another human being who isn’t as familiar with the inner workings as the development team. Yet stereotypes exist on both side of the divide, engineers often expect designers to be flaky and irrational, while designers conversely expect engineers to be inflexible and demanding. The truth, as any reasonable person might expect, is considerably more nuanced and at the end of the day, the fates of designers and developers are forever intertwined.
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