It all started on this-year's JavaONE conference, when I met Vincent and Felipe. Then Vincent mentioned the idea of writing a new edition of the book, and including the new JUnit 4.5 features, so we all soon agreed.
Stan joined us, and we signed the contracts in July.
as most of the people blogging on java.net, I am also going to dedicate my blog entry to the JavaONE conference. This year, is my first year on the conference, and I really have to say that it is impressively big. No wait, of course it's not big, it's HUGE.
Yesterday I got the acceptance email for our session on this-year's CommunityOne conference.
I just got back from Antwerp, Belgium, where I attended this year's JavaPolis conference. It was awesome, and I am really sorry I didn't make it till the end, but I had to be back in DÃ¼sseldorf and finish some stuff at work.
Walking in the streets of Paris, and thinking of my good friend Felipe Leme, who found JSP being sold in the streets of LA, suddenly I saw an Apache store. Yes, Apache was being sold in the streets of Paris, and if you don't believe, here is the proof :-) :
this year's ApacheCON in Atlanta is over. It was totally amazing... :-) It was my first ApacheCON and I am so glad I took part of this conference.