My parents are in town for this next week and I expect to relax most of the week, but also squeeze a few hours in each day for Java. I'll probably do a bit of work for clients, but I expect to spend most of my time with Tapestry and JSF. I have to write a chapter that includes these frameworks in 3 weeks and I hope to integrate them into AppFuse by the end of the year.
Last night, I started thinking - I can use this week for 2 things: reading or doing. I could finish reading Tapestry In Action and get a good start on Core JSF. Or I could make the leap and begin implementing them in AppFuse. The latter sounds like more fun. Of course, the books should serve as good reference guides when I need help.