Darren Govoni is 14-year veteran in the fields of distributed computing, software engineering and expert systems. Over the past 5 years, his focus has been on component-based architectures, software adaptability and peer computing.
In 1999, Darren founded Metadapt Design Systems with proposal awards from DARPA to investigate complex adaptive software construction and visualization. In 2000, he joined Cacheon, Inc. and transferred prototype technology into Cacheon for productization where he leads product strategy and development efforts.
Darren is a published author, writing books on Java frameworks, Web Services, peer computing and component technologies. He frequently speaks at major conferences on these matters and reviews and submits manuscripts for various media. He has also co-authored Java Web Services Unleashed and JXTA: Java P2P Programming.