Monthly Archives: March 2011

Five Reasons the MVP Summit was Awesome

At the start of March, I was fortunate enough to follow up my awesome time at the Java Posse Roundup with an equally awesome time at Microsoft’s MVP Summit. It was my first time at a Summit, so much like the Roundup, I didn’t know what to expect. In the end, it was every bit […]

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Five Reasons the Java Posse Roundup was Awesome (from a “.NET guy”)

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Java Posse Roundup, a small open spaces conference put on by the Java Posse and Bruce Eckel. I have mostly focused on the .NET stack professionally, and while I work hard to avoid being a zealot, I still expected to be a .NET outcast in a world […]

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