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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.

Fun in DC

I made it back to Denver yesterday after quite a week in DC. The trip had to be the most fun I've ever had on a business trip. This was mostly due to my partners in crime, James Goodwill and Bryan Noll. Not only are these guys kick-ass Java developers, but they keep you entertained all day long. With my bad back, the ridiculous rain, and getting lost all the time in our rental car, we had quite a trip. The tech meetup on Wednesday night at Brickskeller was awesome. Thanks to all the guys that showed up - we'll definitely do it again in July.

Next week, we're working remotely, then we're back in DC on the 10th. Wednesday, July 12th looks like a good date for the next Tech Meetup. We're open to venue suggestions, but we're also more than willing to return to Brickskeller.

Posted in Java at Jul 01 2006, 12:17:57 PM MDT 2 Comments

Yeah. The Brickskeller is a great place. Not for the indecisive, though. I've seen phone books smaller than their beer list. ;)

Posted by Justin Lee on July 03, 2006 at 10:24 PM MDT #

I'm sorry I missed the last one. Wednesday the 12th is good for me and Brickskeller is fine.

Posted by Eric Hein on July 04, 2006 at 02:39 PM MDT #

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