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

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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.

It's good to be home

After a week and a half on the road, it's awesome to be home. JavaOne was a great time, but pretty exhausting too - and I didn't even go to any sessions! After attending the Ajax Experience, all the JavaOne topics seemed like old news. Actually, I was motivated on Thursday, but when I tried to register using the schedule builder, all sessions were full. Hot topics of the week were GWT, Avatar in JSF and Java EE. I do hope to checkout GWT sometime, but it'll probably take me a month or two. I'm booked at clients for the next couple of weeks, and after that I'd rather just enjoy the summer than work 12-hour days. As far as AppFuse 1.9.2, that's high on my list - but it'll probably take me a couple days to complete since I'll be doing it at night.

The Tangosol/SolarMetric party didn't disappoint, and Geronimo Live was a smashing success. There's a bunch of pictures (and video) posted on the Virtuas Travels Blog.

I arrived home Friday afternoon and the fun hasn't stopped. Softball game yesterday, followed by 3 BBQs and a night of playing with the kids on a friend's swingset. Today, we went to the 12th Annual VWs on the Green show. Unfortunately, it was 90°F, so we didn't last long. I'd like to say I got some good ideas for my bus, but in reality I chased Abbie and Jack around the whole time. Below are some pictures from the show today. As for my bus, it's in the shop, but no work has begun. I need to visit them this week to get something in writing so they can start doing body work.

Giant Bug and Jack Can we run up the hill Dad?

Thing with Tracks Kids love buses

Jack is pooped Nice black and white

Nice Porsche Wheels Abbie and Jack

Posted in General at May 21 2006, 03:10:40 PM MDT 2 Comments