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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.

The Ajax Experience Redux

When I found out about The Ajax Experience, I was a little disappointed.

This is a show I'd love to attend. However, it ends the day before Mother's Day - WTF is up with that?! For those of us who happen to be family men and are planning on attending JavaOne, this sucks. If I want to attend The Ajax Experience, I'd have to fly back on Sunday and then fly back to San Fran on Monday for JavaOne. Booo hisss. Looks like I'll be missing this show.

The Ajax Experience I'll admit, I sounded like a winey little beotch when I wrote this. In reality, the opportunity to go to two shows in the same town in San Francisco is a dream come true. And some how, some way, I've managed to get Julie's blessing to do this. It's her birthday that Saturday, and Mother's Day that Sunday - yet I'm free and clear to goof off in San Francisco with a bunch of geeks. I love this woman. ;-)

Are you going to JavaOne? What about The Ajax Experience? If you're going to be in San Francisco that weekend, let me know - maybe we can grab a brewski at the Thirsty Bear.

Posted in Java at Mar 11 2006, 12:01:48 PM MST 7 Comments