Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta. developer.okta.com

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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Going to ApacheCon?

Are you heading to ApacheCon this year? I am.

Thank you for your recent session proposals for ApacheCon US 2004.

The following session has been accepted and scheduled.

  (1010) 'Comparing Web Frameworks: Struts, Spring MVC, WebWork, Tapestry & JSF'

You will receive more information about this soon,
if you haven't already.

Vegas baby. :-P

Posted in Java at Aug 27 2004, 03:48:48 PM MDT 5 Comments

Just to warn you

Julie just walked into my office. She said, "Just to warn you, I've had a few contractions. They aren't bad, but there was one that really hurt." :-D The plot thickens...

Update: 10 minutes apart. We're pretty sure this is it. We've booked her sister's flight. $250 for 6 hours in advance - not bad eh? Will update if there's its a false alarm - otherwise you'll have to wait a few days until we have pictures. Aaaahhh, vacation begins!

Posted in General at Aug 27 2004, 01:19:41 PM MDT 1 Comment

MyEclipse VP is blogging

Wayne Parrott, the VP of Product Management at Genuitec (makers of MyEclipse) has started a blog.

For the past 3 years I have been involved with a great team at Genuitec (www.genuitec.com) of which I am a founder. While my title at Genuitec is VP, Product Management, I think of myself more as an Eclipse technologist and product delivery specialist. These days I spend most of my professional time working on Genuitec's MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench product. A quick fly by of my resume looks something like this: several startup failures, numerous consulting engagements, and some really cool work on the Human Genome Project and NASA's AI Section that dates back to the '80s.

Very cool! I love it when companies get closer to their customers via weblogs. Now we just need to get Wayne to start blogging some tips and tricks.

Posted in Roller at Aug 27 2004, 04:22:52 AM MDT 3 Comments