Daniel Beland was an early adopter of Maven 1.0 from 2004 and has since used it in many projects across diverse industries, ranging from Formula One, Music, DNA laboratories to Defense and Security.
He currently works for Thales' Research and Technology Center in Quebec City, Canada, where part of his work has been to develop cognitive assessment tools for Android devices.
David Bernard is an experienced software developer. Over the past 15 years, he worked as a freelancer for the bank, automotive, and game industries.
He also contributed to a lot of open source projects. He is the creator of several plugins for Maven, Gradle, jEdit, Netbeans, Eclipse, Blender, and so on. His current interest is in 3D and the gamedev pipeline. ...