The developer shortage is here, and it is having a significant impact on Java development teams around the world. Whether that impact comes as a lack of new features, worsened customer experience, lengthened time to market, or increased developer turnover, Java teams need to do everything in their power to enable and support their teams to weather this ongoing storm.

About the Webinar

In this webinar, Rod Cope, CTO at Perforce Software, and Curtis Johnson, Product Manager at JRebel by Perforce, discuss how the developer shortage is impacting Java teams, and the strategies organizations can employ to improve developer retention and output while attracting new talent.

  • Direct impact of the developer shortage on Java teams
  • Indirect costs that can impede development goals
  • Strategies top organizations use to enable their development team

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Rod Cope

Rod Cope


As the founder of OpenLogic, and now CTO at Perforce Software, Rod Cope provides technical vision and architectural leadership for the company’s globally distributed teams. Rod has over 25 years of experience in software development that spans 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.

Curtis Johnson, JRebel by Perforce

Curtis Johnson

Product Manager for JRebel and XRebel, 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.