Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Web Developer and Java Champion. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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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.

Escaping from the Chozgobbling Asshats

Bruce and I managed to ditch all the "chozgobbling asshats" in downtown San Fran at about 3:30 this morning. We packed and caught the hotel's limo to SFO - then proceeded to act drunk and stupid. So stupid in fact that we had to go through security twice. We arrived here at 4:15 and I finally got to my gate at 5:20. Too bad my flight doesn't leave until 8.

To all the asshats: are you man enough to do it again at OSCON?

It was a fun week gents - thanks for all the pics. ;-)

Posted in JavaOne at Jul 01 2004, 06:20:51 AM MDT 1 Comment

Matt, it was certainly a pleasure to meet up with you. I retired when the "Bear" stood up two legs and roared for us to get out. I was over my quota at that point and I had to fight open source java in the morning, so it was time to call it quits. As it turned out, the open source java discussion was interesting, but I think that a few of the guys are missing the boat a bit. Brian Behlendorf is <strong>EXTREMELY</strong> well educated. I very much enjoyed listening to his arguments mostly because his speech is so eloquant. Certainly a guy you want leading up a large movement.

Hopefully we can meet up again at some future conference. Perhaps by then I will have taken your advice and found myself in a happy place. BTW, when I stopped by the OpenLogic booth the other day and told them to give you a raise ;)

Posted by Dan Allen on July 01, 2004 at 01:39 PM MDT #

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