About me

Sébastien Stormacq is Technical Trainer for Amazon EU @ Luxembourg, delivering Architect, Sys Ops and Developers training on Amazon Web Services for customers and partners in EMEA.

Before joining Amazon, Sebastien worked as WebSphere Solutions Architect at IBM Belgium & Luxembourg. He also spent close to 10 years as Principal Sales Engineer at Sun Microsystems Oracle Belgium & Luxembourg.

He used his 20 years of professional experience to map large organizations’ pain points to middleware solutions. Sébastien is focusing on large scale, secured, transactional and integrated solutions, based on SOA, ESB and BPM.

Sébastien is passionate about IT Technology at large, with special interest in development platforms, the Java eco-system, mobile and cloud computing. Sébastien is the co-founder of the Luxembourg Java User Group.

Sébastien is a regular speaker at local and international events (Oracle Marketing Events, JavaOne 2008-2009-2010, Tech Days @ Sun, several Java User Groups across Europe, Linux Tags etc …)

Sébastien defines himself as a Geek 2.0, i.e. a geek with social and communication skills … usually an empty set.

The views expressed on this blog are his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.

  1. #1 by jan stobbe on 28/09/2012 - 17:38

    Hi Sebastien.

    Excellent article. I’m wondering whether you still have a copy of CustomClaimsAppPolicyService.xml and
    CustomClaimsAppPolicyService.properties which are now broken links on the oracle site after oracle moved the original article by Robert Skoczylas and Marina Sum.

    Regards,
    Jan Stobbe

  2. #2 by sst on 28/09/2012 - 18:22

    Unfortunately I don’t have these artifacts anymore.
    Should you want to evaluate / use OpenSSO in your environment, I would suggest to download OpenAM the open source version, carried over by ex Sun folks under the ForgeRock company.
    I can give you specific names if you wish.

  3. #3 by Dean Sprung on 20/11/2012 - 19:06

    Sebastien, I would like to connect with you about your iTweetMyTunes program. I have a requirement to use it in another application. Thank you.

  4. #4 by leonel on 07/11/2013 - 00:07

    hi, im currently starting do develop for ios and im searching for a rpn calculator… if u can send me or show me some example or tutorials it would be a great help! =D

    Thank you

  5. #5 by RR on 25/01/2016 - 13:47

    Seb thanks for the training given at our company last Friday – is there a chance you could forward link to the copy of the slides? (sorry not twitter or Linked in at work so going via a comment).

    Tks.

    R.

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