Bob Brown is a specialist in Middleware, Java, Advanced Java, Linux, CORBA, XML, and OO development.
Bob is a very experieced developer in Java technologies such as JEE (on Weblogic and JBoss), the Spring Framework, and Groovy and Grails. Bob also has many years experience as a software researcher and also possesses more than 6 years experience in tertiary-level lecturing in Europe, Asia and Australia.
In 1998, Mr Brown was the recipient of an IBM ‘residency’ and was sponsored to work at IBM’s Austin, Texas, research centre on Java design, programming and optimisation for the Network Computer. This work has been published as a Prentice-Hall book entitled JAVA Thin-Client Programming for a Network Computing Environment. In April 2000, he was asked to return to IBM for a second residency entitled Connecting e-business to the enterprise. This residency concentrated on using IBM’s Pattern Development Kit to integrate IBM’s WebSphere Application Server, VisualAge for Java, CICS, IMS and MQSeries into an Internet-based e-business enterprise.
Bob Brown is Director and owner of Transentia Pty. Ltd. He holds an M.Sc. from the University of Essex, England and a B.Sc. from The Hatfield Polytechnic, England.