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The excellent site has posted my Javapolis 2006 talk AJAX Development with JSF (Look Ma! No JavaScript). What's nice about is that you can watch the video in-sync with the slides. Also, Sun has published two of my talks from JavaOne: Building JavaServer Faces Applications with Spring and Hibernate (with Chris Richardson) and Simplifying JavaServer Faces Component...
on Jun 26, 2007
Somehow, I managed to get accepted for two technical sessions and one BOF at JavaOne 2007. This is the first year I have submitted sessions with other people, and I'm looking to it. It's also the first year I have full-fledged technical sesions; the last two years, I had only a single BOF. So, without further ado, here are the sessions: TS-6178 Simplifying JavaServer Faces Component...
on Mar 30, 2007
If you're going to be at JavaOne and you have a copy of my book JavaServer Faces in Action, stop by the DigitalGuru bookstore on Thursday at 11:00AM. I'll be signing copies of the book and I'll be happy to chat about the book, JSF, and development in general. And, if you don't have a copy, don't worry -- you can buy one at the book store :-).
on May 14, 2006
I just completed an extensive writeup of my experiences at JavaOne 2005, complete with stories about members of the JSF community and a blurb about my presentation (which was jam-packed). You can find it here:
on Jul 22, 2005