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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.

On the Road Again

This week is a travel week for me. However, it should be a bit more enjoyable than most "business trips". I'm at Denver's airport right now, getting ready to jump on a plane to Philadelphia. Tomorrow I'll be speaking at Spring Forward 2006. Thomas Risberg and I will be presenting a Spring 2.0 Kickstart session, with Thomas covering Persistence and me covering MVC. It should be a fun show, especially with the current speaker lineup. We've put together some good slides, as well as a sample application. I'll make sure and post a demo, the code, and the presentation following our talk.

I'm going to stay with a friend in Philly on Tuesday night, then head to New York City on Thursday. I heard there's a bullet train that'll get you there in an hour - so I'm going to try to catch that. Wednesday night, I'm crashing on a friend's couch, and then heading up to Boston on Thursday. Hopefully I can catch a train and make it there in a few hours. Julie is flying into Boston on Friday. We'll be enjoying a kick-ass weekend at a friend's wedding before flying home on Sunday.

The beauty of this "train trip through New England" is my EVDO card. Thanks to it, and a 2nd laptop battery, I should be able to work while I'm traveling. On my todo list this week is working on Spring Live and AppFuse.

Posted in Java at Sep 25 2006, 11:49:21 AM MDT 3 Comments

I've never taken the train from NY to Boston, but I heard that the seats have electrical outlets. You may not even need your batteries for that leg of the trip! The northeast is great this time of the year...I'm sure you'll have a good time.

Posted by Patrick Peralta on September 25, 2006 at 07:52 PM MDT #

I hope to see you when you're up here in friendly NYC.

Posted by Solomon on September 25, 2006 at 11:22 PM MDT #

Patrick - you're right! I'm "plugged in" on the train from Philly to NYC right now. Solomon - I may be available for lunch tomorrow, depending on where you're located. I have a couple of friends in NYC, but I'm not sure which one I'm staying with. Send me an e-mail, maybe we can meet for lunch or something.

Posted by Matt Raible on September 27, 2006 at 09:51 PM MDT #

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