Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta.

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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.

The Busy Season Begins

I never thought the 4th Quarter would be the busy season, but it is for me this year. Tomorrow marks the beginning and it won't end until after The Spring Experience is over. My current schedule is that I'll only be in Denver 2 weeks in the next 2 1/2 months! Of course, I'll be home on the weekends, but I'll be on the road the rest of that time. Most of the travel is for conferences, but a few weeks is for clients, as well as a couple weeks of remote work/vacation. I'll be traveling to Florida (twice), Keystone (Colorado), San Francisco and New Jersey.

In that same time span, I'll be speaking 15 times. 2 times at Java in Action next week, 6 times at the Colorado Software Summit (in two weeks), twice at Denver's No Fluff, at the Gator and Orlando JUGs in November/December, and 3 times at The Spring Experience. Phew! That's a lot of talking. Conferences are fun though, especially since you only have to really work for the hour or two while you're talking.

The last part of the whole roadtrip should be a really good time. We're heading down to West Palm Beach (Florida) for Thanksgiving and staying for 3 weeks. I'll be working remotely, swimming in Julie's Mom's pool, speaking at the JUGs and ending it all at the Spring conference.

If you're going to any of these shows, let me know. I'm always up for a beer. ;-)

Posted in Java at Oct 02 2005, 12:17:25 PM MDT 2 Comments

Hmmmm...after seeing your busy schedule human cloning is looking more and more like a viable and necessary option to sustain your popularity :) .

Posted by Franz Garsombke on October 03, 2005 at 10:21 AM MDT #

I'll be at Colorado Software Summit.

If you're arriving on the Saturday then the regulars will likely be hanging out at the fireplace under main registration in the lodge. If you arrive on Sunday (or later) then the regulars tend to hang out at the fireplace in the conference centre. (the conference centre is usually hosting other events on the Saturday and isn't available to us). Come on over and introduce yourself :-)

Posted by Mike Bowler on October 04, 2005 at 05:25 AM MDT #

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