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Wayne Holder

Wayne is a Web Systems Architect for Northrop Grumman working in the Defense Enterprise Solutions division where he manages a team that designs and builds web-based information systems.  Wayne built his first home computer from an Intel 4040 chip set he purchased for $100 in 1974.  Things have only gotten more complicated since then.



I started investigating JSR-168, the portlet specification, a few months back, as part of a larger project to convert a legacy MIS into a Java-based system running on Tomcat.