The OOPSLA conference - "Object Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications," was held in Anaheim, CA in October '03.
In some ways, the conference feels more comfortable than innovative. It's nice to see old friends and visit with new people.
This is my first blog post, so let me start with a brief introduction.
I teach and coach in agile software methods. My use of Java in the last couple years has mostly been as a tool for teaching and learning about refactoring. Before that, I was mostly doing web and server-side Java work.