Hi John! Welcome to Codetown. I enjoed browsing your blog. Kudos, because each entry has useful info we can all learn from. I particularly liked your Grails entries. We have groups you'll enjoy joining, including ones on Grails, Databases, and just look around. I hope you begin posting soon. Feel free to cut and paste content from your blog in say, the Grails group. We have a lot of Idea aficionados here, as well. I also like your photo site. Being a dog lover without a dog, I enjoy appreciating stuff like that a lot! I had trouble choosing my favorite photo, but this one is tops in my book. You'll also want to join the SunJUG, I'm sure. Welcome, and hope you invite your friends, colleagues and have a good time here in Codetown! All the best, Mike
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