01 June 2008
I've been accepted to speak about Apache ServiceMix and Apache Camel at the Colorado Software Summit again this year. This will make the fourth year I've spoken at CSS and it's always a good conference full of many talented speakers and attendees. The conference organizers, Peggy and Wayne Kovsky, always host a great event at Keystone ski resort.
The Colorado Software Summit is a software conference that takes place every year at Keystone, Colorado in October. During this time of year at Keystone, winter is definitely on the way. Sometimes there's even enough snow to ski already and we typically see some Colorado wildlife around the area as well. Last year there was a pretty big blizzard on Sunday night when I drove up that almost prevented me from making it all the way to Keystone because there were no plows out yet. Raible and I always rent the same condo and have a fun week in the mountains. And this year Jason van Zyl will be joining us in the condo for his first year at CSS. I'm sure we'll have a good week.
Posted by Bruce Snyder at 9:58 AM