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AO gaining use, or at least interest

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I was speaking about JDO 2 and Groovy at No Fluff Just Stuff in Salt Lake City.

It was a comedy of errors getting there (short story: stupid of me to rely on my cell phone alarm, and driving too fast… ending up with a cop!), but when I did, I was surprised to see as much AO content as there was.

I also was interested to see how full the sessions were. You could learn about basic AOP, AspectJ, AO Refactoring, and Applied AOP (a.k.a. more than Logging examples). Good stuff!

One Response to “AO gaining use, or at least interest”

  1. Otaku, Cedric's weblog Says:

    AOP still not there

    I wish Dion were right when he says that AO is gaining use, or at least interest. Indeed, we have seen a significant pick up in interest in AOP…

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