Want to learn more about the challenges your Java development peers are facing—and the technologies and tools they’re using to solve them? We surveyed 440 Java developers, Java architects, team leads, directors, and vice presidents. The answers are compiled in the 2024 Java Developer Productivity Report.

About the Webinar

In this live webinar, Perforce chief technology officers Rod Cope and Deepak Giridharagopal join JRebel product manager Curtis Johnson to review the results—and give expert insights into how smart organizations can learn from things like shifting trends in IDE usage and ballooning numbers of microservices.  

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Cloud development trends
  • The rise of developer productivity teams
  • AI for Java development
  • Java language and technology trends
  • ... And more! 

Rod Cope

CTO, Perforce Software

As founder and CTO of OpenLogic, Rod Cope drives the technology vision for OpenLogic and heads the product management organization. Rod has over 20 years of experience in software development spanning a number of industries including telecommunications, aerospace, healthcare, and manufacturing. Rod holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville.


Deepak Giridharagopal

CTO, Perforce Software

Deepak is CTO at Perforce, where he has helped architect and build Helix Core Cloud. Before that he was CTO at Puppet, working on one of the world's most popular open source configuration management tools. He has a love of infrastructure, distributed systems, and action cinema.

Profile JRebel Curtis Johnson

Curtis Johnson

Product Manager for JRebel, Perforce Software

Curtis Johnson is a product manager at Perforce, where he spearheads the development and enhancement of JRebel. With a keen eye for optimizing software solutions, Curtis has consistently driven the evolution of JRebel to drive Java development productivity during his decade-long tenure. Under his guidance,  JRebel has solidified its position as a necessary solution in the Java ecosystem.