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.

AppFuse a top 10 java.net project?

AppFuse I don't know if it's really a top 10 project, but it gets lots of hits, accesses and mail traffic. Nice! I'm willing to bet it's the cool logo that's the source of its popularity. ;-)

BTW, I'm giving a talk on AppFuse at Denver's No Fluff Just Stuff in two weeks. If I can finish up the "appgen" tool by then, the talk could be a lot more fun as the demo would be short and sweet. I doubt it'll happen though. I'm knee deep in creating a version of AppFuse Light that showcases how to use Spring with Hibernate and your choice of web framework: Struts, Spring, WebWork, Tapestry or JSF. I hope to release it sometime this weekend or early next week. Next week (and likely the week after), I have to write Chapter 10 of Spring Live. That leaves almost no time for creating the next cool tool. Who knows though - it might be easier than I think - especially since Lance submitted a good start.

Posted in Java at Oct 29 2004, 09:49:17 PM MDT 2 Comments
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I've been reading blogs about AppFuse for ... months and months. This blog is the first one that got me to actually work out wtf it *is*. And, I must say, cool idea! I'm a systems level Java developer -- I can tell you how the GC works in excruicating detail, but I'm lost when it comes to J2EE. This thing is going to rock, if nothing more than for me to play with the ideas. And here I was constantly playing with BEA's medrec. (WebLogic 8.1 sample app) ;)

Posted by 216.160.99.62 on October 30, 2004 at 02:12 PM MDT #

Post to BEA's dev2dev newsgroup forum for questions about BEA WebLogic Server's end-to-end J2EE sample application, MedRec.

Posted by Chris on December 06, 2004 at 08:17 PM MST #

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