Matt Drees
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What are your main interests in software development?
Mostly I'm interested in java web development.
In particular: JSR299 (JCDI, formerly known as Web Beans), Seam, JSF (mojarra), JPA (hibernate), richfaces.
Joda-time is also really cool.

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At 7:15pm on March 24, 2010, David T. Harris said…
Hey Matt,
Sorry, I haven't gotten back to you in months. I meant to, but kept forgetting. Unfortunately I ended up missing half of Barcamp Tampa due to wireless issues on my netbook at home that I really really wanted to fix/figure out. Barcamp Tampa was cool. gave a talk on freelancing and gave a really good talk on the nginx web server :)! Barcamp Orlando is April 3rd - check it out :). Hope things are going well with you.
At 8:51pm on September 26, 2009, David T. Harris said…
Hey Matt,
It was good getting a chance to talk with you too :)
At 1:49pm on January 15, 2009, Michael Levin said…
Hi Matt and welcome to Codetown. Hope to see you at tonight's OrlandoJUG meeting. It's gonna be sweet!

Happy 10th year, JCertif!


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