March 1, 2016

One year later...

Dear reader,

Exactly one year ago, I started this blog,, as a place to collect and share my knowledge and experience as a Java software engineer.

I’m happy to find through your feedback that the articles in this blog proved interesting and useful for a worldwide audience. I really enjoy maintaining this blog both as a means to record my own knowledge, but also as a motivation to delve even deeper into subjects I want to learn more about myself.

You may have noted that of late, the thematic focus of my blog shifted slightly from in-depth experience reports in my main area of expertise (JSF, Java EE, Groovy) to short tutorials and exploration of up-and-coming technologies (AngularJS, Node.js), and to short presentations of open-source projects I am working on. I really find it much more challenging and interesting to study new subjects, and to report my journey on my blog rather than discussing all over what in general is already common knowledge.

In the last few weeks and months, I have particularly enjoyed working on my open source projects, and I plan to continue doing so over the next weeks, even if this means that I will for a moment put less focus on writing blog posts.

Let me however stress how much I enjoy running this blog, and that I have no plans of stopping it or changing its technological focus in the long run.

I thank you for your continued interest. Please check out my GitHub repository to see my latest open source projects, and follow me on twitter for any updates.

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