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.
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." 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!
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.