Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta.

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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.

Studying vs. Doing

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.

Posted in Java at Nov 20 2004, 02:14:21 PM MST 1 Comment

[ANN] DisplayTag 1.0 RC2 Released

Fabrizio, the main man behind the Display Tag, has been fixing bugs and adding features at breakneck speed. Early this morning, he released the final 1.0 candidate for the Display Tag. Good stuff - thanks Fabrizio!

Posted in Java at Nov 20 2004, 09:53:59 AM MST 5 Comments