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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.

Talks for the Colorado Software Summit

I'm looking forward to another great year at the Colorado Software Summer in October. I submitted a couple abstracts back in April and have recently been granted the opportunity to change one.

The reason for the change is Yan Pujante (founder at LinkedIn) is going to do my talk on Building LinkedIn's Next Generation Architecture with OSGi and Spring. Since he's been very integral in writing the existing codebase, as well as the move to OSGi, it seemed more appropriate for him to do this talk. I'd like to keep my talk on Appcelerator, but I'm having a hard time deciding between four other options.

If you're planning on attending CSS this year, let me know which one you'd like to see most.

I could see changing the first option to Spring Web specifically. I could also see adding Rails and Grails to the 3rd choice. The 4th one is a lofty goal as the project has just begun. If we succeed, it could be a great talk.

Posted in Java at May 29 2008, 03:40:13 PM MDT 6 Comments

I vote for "What's New (or coming) in Spring 3.0"

Posted by Donal on May 29, 2008 at 10:04 PM MDT #

if i or anyone on our side can be helpful, please let me know. also, look for some big announcements coming related to appcelerator and spring soon.

Posted by jeff haynie on May 30, 2008 at 04:28 AM MDT #

I vote for Spring 3.0 personally.

Posted by Nathan Anderson on May 30, 2008 at 12:30 PM MDT #

+1 for Comparing RESTful Web Frameworks: Struts 2 vs. Spring MVC

Posted by on June 01, 2008 at 03:23 PM MDT #

+1 for "What's New (or coming) in Spring 3.0"

Posted by Kristian Andersen on June 02, 2008 at 06:15 AM MDT #

I'll be attending CSS 2008 -- please add my vote for Spring 3.0 (and I'd prefer it not to be web-only because I use Spring but not Spring Web).

Posted by on June 09, 2008 at 01:58 AM MDT #

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