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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.

Good Presos from TSS Symposium

I found a few good presentations in my Inbox today. I read them. Usually I don't. I enjoyed them, especially Mike's. I think WW2 looks promising, and I expect that I will try it soon. I predict that I will like it and I will be enthusiastic about it. Many hours will be lost exploring it's codebase and questioning it's authors. Julie will long for me to come to bed, but I will stay up and educate myself. This doesn't sound like any fun at the moment. So I will control my curiousity for another day. Hopefully I can control it for another month or year.

Posted in Java at Jul 08 2003, 04:20:44 PM MDT 3 Comments
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Interceptors....mmm... No FormBeans.... Inversion of Control... Easy unit testing... Using your domain objects in your web app... You know you want it. C'mon... the first taste is free :-)

Posted by Jason Carreira on July 08, 2003 at 08:18 PM MDT #

I wrote a post on WW2 recently. One comment I did get was that documentation was really lacking which is understandable I guess because WW2 is beta. Heck I couldn't even find the Wiki URL until I saw someone link to it. Cool stuff though... :)

Posted by Kurt on July 09, 2003 at 11:43 AM MDT #

Hey Kurt, yeah, I linked you in a post I put up about implementing the features of WW2 in Struts from a comment on your post... :-)

Posted by Jason Carreira on July 09, 2003 at 12:38 PM MDT #

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