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How do I become a programmer? Matt Raible
Yesterday, I received a message from a friend, asking about how to become a programmer. It's not the first time I've been asked this. In fact, this summer I've been asked by several friends how to get into the field. It seems that as people grow older, they...
Setting up a Minecraft Server in the Cloud Matt Raible
My 10-year-old son, Jack, is a huge fan of Minecraft . If you let him, he'd play all day, skipping meals and having a blast. It's most fun to hear him playing with his sister or his best friend. I'm amazed it's captured his attention for so long; well...
UberConf 2015: My Presentations on Apache Camel and Java Webapp Security Matt Raible
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at UberConf 2015 . My first talk was on Developing, Testing and Scaling with Apache Camel . This presentation contained an intro to Apache Camel and a recap of my experience using it at a client last year . You can...
Grails + Angular vs. JHipster Matt Raible
I recently received an email from a long time follower of my comparing web frameworks research and presentations. He asked some interesting questions: I am starting on a new venture to build a direct to consumer web application. I am planning to leverage...
Life Update: The Bus Project, New Gigs, New House and More Matt Raible
I've written a few Life Update blog posts in the past and it seems appropriate to write another one today. A lot has happened since I wrote about our trip to Syncro Solstice 2015 in Moab . First of all, let's talk about the most exciting...

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