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June 02, 2004

Fancy a weekend in Vancouver? (and learn about AOP too...)

I've never been to Vancouver before, but I hear it's a great place and I'm looking forward to visiting. I'll be there this September, 18th and 19th, to help teach an "Intensive Course on Aspect-Oriented Programming. I'm really excited about the course for a number of reasons :-

  • this is the first time that we've been able to dedicate two full days to teaching AOP (the beginning and advanced AspectJ tutorials that we've given before together only add up to a day)
  • there's a lot of new material that we'll get a chance to cover
  • we're not going to be focusing exclusively on AspectJ - teaching AOP is more important than any one dialect
  • and, although I've co-presented with Mik Kersten several times before, I've never yet had the chance to co-present with Gregor and Gail - and I think that's going to be a lot of fun.

The agenda was published today, but registration won't be open until next month. I really hope you can join us, it promises to be a great weekend.

In the next couple of weeks you can also catch me at:

Rod Johnson will also be at both of those events talking about Spring and the Spring AOP framework. Which reminds me, I must get back to writing more about using Spring and AspectJ together (part 1, part 2) soon...

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