Weblogs are generally quietest when there are a lot of things going on in the writer’s life. I have notes on several posts but haven’t finished any yet. I’ve been researching a lot of topics such as RabbitMQ and Docker, thinking about microservices and handed in my notice at Crunch. There’s certainly a lot to talk about.
I also need to write up some notes on my talk at Brighton Java in January. For various reasons (some of them out of my control) the talk was less successful than I’d hoped, but I think there were some useful points in there.
The February Brighton Java event is on the 4th, and there are only a few spots left. Kim Knup is talking about Agile Testing and Luke Whiting is returning to talk about developing services in Spring. I also need to find speakers for the March event.