I’ve been giving this talk a few times in various places already, and it often leads to interesting conversations, we’ll see if that works in Switzerland as well! I must not forget to indicate that I can understand questions in German, as many people are more likely to ask questions in their native language.
A number of Apache folk are talking there today and tomorrow, see the program – and meet us at tonight’s 6PM social event if you’re around!
Here are our slides, but it’s much better live on stage, so be there anyway!
Update: the demo code is available at SLING-673.
I’ll be talking as a co-speaker with David Nuescheler at Jazoon next thursday, on the revenge of the weblog in 15 minutes. The talk description still mentions microjax, but that’s dead, it’s the Sling client library now. No conceptual changes though, that’s mostly a renaming.
I’m working on the Sling JST templates this week, as the code that this template engine generated was way too ugly to be shown in public. That’s getting better.
I’ll be speaking at the next Meet the Communities event on June 12th, on Working in and with the Apache Software Foundation.
Looking forward to meeting new people including Christophe Lombart, original developer of the Graffito object-to-JCR mapping that’s now part of Jackrabbit and used in Sling.
The one-hour flight from Geneva to Luxembourg costs more than New York…but small airports are always nice!