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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.

Why NoFluff Rocks

Fat Tire I'm attending the Denver NoFluff show this afternoon. For the first session, I attended Glenn Vanderburg's talk titled JavaScript Exposed: There's a Real Programming Language in There! (Part 1). It was the first time I saw Glenn speak and it was a real pleasure. His talk was more like a conversation than a traditional conference talk, as are most sessions at the NoFluff shows. While I was tempted to stay for Part II of Glenn's talk, I figured it'd probably suite me better to experience Justin Gehtland for the first time.

Justin's talking about Advanced Hibernate and his slides are online. Most of you probably know that NoFluff shows are the best conferences out there. However, did you know you can drink beer during the sessions? I'm drinking one right now. How? Because if the show is at a hotel, you can drink anywhere in a hotel1. Being that it's Friday afternoon, it feels somewhat appropriate.

1. Of course, I asked Jay for permissions before I brought a beer to this session. His only criteria was that I buy one for the speaker. Nice!

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