Here we go

Perhaps I’ve finally realized that it’s time to enter the 21st century; perhaps I’m interested in promoting my company and it’s services; perhaps I felt I needed a forum to express myself; perhaps I just can’t sleep — my motivations aside, I’ve decided it’s time to start a bdg/Plumtree blog.

First, some legalize to get out of the way. Contrary to what some people think, I do not work for Plumtree. I once worked for Plumtree. In fact, I was their 26th employee back in 1998 when they were first getting off the ground, starting in the PSO (Professional Services) and eventually becoming a Lead Engineer. The details of my career are probably only interesting to me, but if you’re compelled to know or just bored, you can read about them on my bio page on bdg’s web site or at Stanford’s CDC (Career Development Center). Because I don’t work for Plumtree, the opinions and views expressed on this blog do not represent the opinions of Plumtree, Inc. in any way. Nor do they represent the views of Trilogy, Microsoft or Sun, where I have also worked in the past. They do, however, represent the views of bdg, my present employer and the company I founded back in early 2003. (I guess there’s really no way around that.) That’s about as much as I care about legal matters, so I’ll call it quits there.

Some of the things I do care about – at least in my professional life that is – bdg’s customers, bdg’s employees and subcontractors, Plumtree’s products, other commercial and open source software, the science – or art – of enterprise software development and entrepreneurship. I’m sure over the course of time, I’ll comment on all these topics and a host of others.

So there you have it, I’ve finally embarked upon a journey I’ve been meaning to start for a long time. All I possibly hope for is that someone (or perhaps several someones) will derive some value from this blog and, if not, at least I’ve got an outlet for some of my frustrations. 😉

2 Replies to “Here we go”

  1. How can we do the in-place-refresh in j2ee application in plumtree .
    On a single page we have 4 portlets
    we submit one portlet and dont want
    to refresh the whole page .
    How JPT java portlet toolkit is usefull .
    Any Ideas …..

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