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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.

Rocky Mountain Software Symposium

This afternoon, the Rocky Mountain Software Symposium returns to Denver for the final show of the year. Of course, this conference is better known as No Fluff Just Stuff, Denver. Lucky for me, I'll be presenting all my sessions tomorrow so I'll at least get one day this weekend to relax. It looks to be a good show, with lots of interesting sessions. Here's mine:

After the presentation class I attended last week, I think all these should be renamed. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to re-organize the presentations, but if I could change the titles, they'd be something like this.

  • Write better code faster with Spring and Hibernate, use AppFuse to simplify both
  • Make your webapps suck less by using Ajax
  • Use Spring AOP and Transaction Frameworks, because they're so damn easy

;-)

Update: PDFs of my presentations, as well as the Ajax demo is available from Equinox's downloads section. Make sure and view the README if you want to run the demo and see how to view the Ajax features.

Posted in Java at Nov 11 2005, 08:27:51 AM MST 8 Comments
Comments:

Where were you last week at NFJS Dallas? I would have definitely caught your TDD w/ Spring and Hibernate talk.

Posted by Erik Weibust on November 11, 2005 at 11:03 PM MST #

I don't travel with the NFJS show, I only present at it when it's in Denver. ;-)

Posted by Matt Raible on November 11, 2005 at 11:17 PM MST #

Have any ppt or source? Good luck!

Posted by rocksun on November 13, 2005 at 11:10 AM MST #

Rocksun - I updated this post with links to the PDFs and source.

Posted by Matt Raible on November 13, 2005 at 11:52 AM MST #

Just curious what you talk about when going through the first 15 slides of the AJAX presentation :) Is this some sort of strategy you picked up in "Effective Presentations" to get the audience involved?

Posted by Sanjiv Jivan on November 15, 2005 at 12:30 AM MST #

Matt, I tried to take what I saw in your example and apply it to my use of the display tag. Before, my export links worked. When I used AA (I basically just copied your javascript), my export functions tried to export the entire page rather than just the list. In fact, it seems that the export links were replaced as well as the paging and sorting links. What do you think I could be doing wrong? Thanks, Matt

Posted by Matt Stine on November 17, 2005 at 02:46 PM MST #

Matt,

If you want to Ajaxify the Display Tag, your best bet is likely to use AjaxTags. They provide native support for it - whereas my example is a hack that only supports sorting and paging with Ajax. Regardless, the export should work - it does for me in the demo.

Posted by Matt Raible on November 22, 2005 at 03:57 PM MST #

<em>> Just curious what you talk about when going through the first 15 slides of the AJAX presentation :) Is this some sort of strategy you picked up in "Effective Presentations" to get the audience involved?</em>

It's not from Effective Presentations, but rather from PowerPoint 2.0. ;-)

Posted by Matt Raible on November 22, 2005 at 03:59 PM MST #

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