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[JavaOne] Tapestry in Action

Last night was much milder than the previous night, and I actually feel pretty good today. I'm sitting in Howard's Tapestry in Action session, having just missed the session on Shale. This is a introduction to Tapestry, but it seemed like the most interesting session for this time slot.

Yesterday was a long day, mainly because of the Bomb Squad festivities from Monday. I did a book signing and actually managed to sign a few books. Spring Live is now #11 on the best sellers list at JavaOne.

Last night was a good time. We hit the Mergere party and learned a bit about Maven 2. It was cool to learn that Ant 1.7 is going to include Maven 2's dependency resolution. From there, we tried to go to a session on APT, but the room was packed and lacked A/C, so we bailed. From there, a whole slew of us (from Virtuas) went to a Southeast Asian restaurant that served excellent food, family-style, for hours on end. We hit the Tangosol+Solarmetric party after that and closed down the place. Click on the image below to see a bunch of pictures from the event.

JavaOne 2005 - Tuesday

Tonight, there's a big party at Moscone - complete with comedian Dennis Miller.

Posted in JavaOne at Jun 29 2005, 02:30:58 PM MDT 2 Comments
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Who is the Solarmetric guy on one of the current photos?

Posted by Marc Logemann on June 29, 2005 at 03:50 PM MDT #

Thanks for the cool pictures Matt. What's in a carbomb?

Did you learn anything in Howard's Tapestry talk that you didn't know from Erik's talk in Denver last fall?
I saw Howard briefly at the May NFJS in Denver and if you couldn't have him talk on Tapestry, Erik is the best alternative.

Congrats on your SourceBeat Spring Live book's success at JavaOne!

Posted by Greg Ostravich on June 29, 2005 at 05:03 PM MDT #

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