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May 31, 2003
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

A couple of weeks ago, my friend Jeremy Hinegardner wrote me to say that he had just talked to James Duncan Davidson at a conference (James is one of the speakers)- and he noticed that James was also the person who wrote the nice review of VoodooPad up on O'Reilly's site. That conference was also coming to St. Louis in just a couple of weeks time, so he suggested that we meet... which we did last night. (I also breifly met Jason Hunter who was with James, and another fellow, who's name I forget)

I bought James a drink (yea, just one- I was too busy talking and didn't notice that he had already finished his first one :) and we talked about Mac OS X and conferences and Java and Cocoa and Ruby and lots of other interesting things- I learned how Tomcat came into existence (he is the original author, along with Ant), and a bit about how the servlet spec got pushed out.

Then I looked down at my phone and noticed the time- CRAP! Kirstin was waiting for me at the airport (BAD BOYFRIEND, BAD!!). So I dashed off pretty quick- and met her at her place (she gave up on me and took the metrolink back). Whoops- sorry kla.

It was fun, and I hope I'll get a chance to talk with him again some day. Hopefully at wwdc (once Flying Meat takes off and I can afford it!).