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The JHipster Mini-Book: How We Did It and What's Next Matt Raible
Last Friday, the JHipster Mini-Book was published on InfoQ . I wrote about this milestone on the book's blog . I'm pumped to see this release happen, and I'd like to give you a behind-the-scenes peak at how it went from idea to production. The...
RE: Customizing an Asciidoctor PDF so it looks like an InfoQ Mini-Book Matt Raible
Last week, I wrote about customizing an Asciidoctor PDF so it looks like an InfoQ Mini-Book . Shortly after writing that blog post, Dan Allen responded to my questions and showed me how to customize Asciidoctor's PDF generation . I ended up using both...
Customizing an Asciidoctor PDF so it looks like an InfoQ Mini-Book Matt Raible
Earlier this month, I finished the rough draft of the JHipster Mini-Book . Since then, I've been working with editors to get it ready for production. I've also been working with InfoQ to try and make the generated PDF look like their current mini-books . I...
Angular Summit 2015 Matt Raible
I was in Boston this week, speaking and attending the very first Angular Summit . I had the privilege of delivering the opening keynote on Monday. I spoke about the Art of Angular and used a slide deck similar to last time . I did update the presentation...
SpringOne 2GX 2015: My Presentations on Comparing Hot JavaScript Frameworks and NoXML Matt Raible
Last week, I had the pleasure of traveling to Washington, DC to speak at the annual SpringOne 2GX conference . I was pretty stressed for the last few weeks because I had to create two new presentations from scratch, and both had to be 90 minutes long. I was...

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