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The JA-SIG Summer Conference

In June, I'll be doing a keynote at the The JA-SIG Summer Conference. This should be interesting because 1) I've never done a Keynote and 2) the other Keynote speakers are Phil Windley and Matt Asay. I've never met either one, but I've heard Matt's name a fair amount. As for Phil, I already like him from reading his blog:

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I'm not sure what the excitement is all about.

I'll be doing my Comparing Java Web Frameworks talk. They gave me the option to talk on whatever I wanted. I chose the CJWF talk because then I didn't need to do any extra work. ;-) I'm beginning to look like a one-trick pony, but that's OK - at least it's a fun talk to deliver. I'll be delivering it at OSCON as well. Yesterday, I submitted proposals for Acegi + SSO + Roller, AppFuse 2.0 and CJWF to CSS and JavaZone. I'll also be flying down to Dallas on June 13th to talk about AppFuse 2.0.

For those of you who don't know, the purpose of JA-SIG and the conference is to develop a global academic community providing education and research in the applied use of open technology architectures and systems in higher education. It sounds like a good conference - I'm looking forward to all the talks on CAS, uPortal and Ajax.

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