Last year while watching “The Social Network”, I couldn’t help but think that the world at large just doesn’t get what makes geeks and geek-trepreneurs tick. Aaron Sorkin wrote a great screenplay, but he had to invent both a non-existant love story and an unconfirmed desire to make it in the prestigious Harvard clubs to account for Zuckenberg’s willingness to spend nights and days hacking on Facebook.
At ZeroTurnaround, we like to build products that challenge the status quo. We have a strong history in supporting Java development teams, but today we’re announcing a step towards supporting Java operations and production teams as well. It goes like this:
Wow, we’re on a roll! Just a couple of months ago we released JRebel 3.5, with lots of OSS framework support goodies and now a new major release that reworks all three of the major IDE plugins and includes a ton of other improvements.
Disclaimer: ZeroTurnaround is a commercial vendor, but Twave is not a commercial product or in fact a product or project of any kind. It’s an approach we use at ZeroTurnaround to keep tabs on our team and business activity using Twitter that we would like to share with the world.
Our newest product, LiveRebel, has been in development for a while now and we have gathered a ton of feedback. The latest beta release is stable enough that you can just take it, install it and run it. So we thought we’d give you a chance to try it out.