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Time moves so fast !

I just realized that in the last month I finished my 2 years with Oracle( well don't rise your eyebrows..this is not a short time span if you see my job history he..he..)
Yes, time moves so fast :D

Let me plan something new for coming year(s). At this stage of my journey with ADF, I'm renaming this blog as 'Decompiling ADF Binaries' with your permission. The motive behind this move is to give more focus on areas where we don't have enough documentation or samples. On a related note, If I can be of any help on ADF/JavaEE technology stack, please let me know. Feel free to write your questions/suggestions to jobinesh@gmail.com, I'll be happy to listen to you.

Comments

Swapz said…
Good title for the blog :) Keep posting; I may not reply to most of your posts, but certainly do make a note to refer your blog whenever in doubt.
jeevan said…
Same here. Even though I don't comment on all the posts I read here, this blog has been a staple reference source for me. Succinctly written and the topics are also stuff we deal with everyday.

I'll be looking forward to the new direction, and its something that's not easily available in other blogs. Good Show !
Jobinesh said…
Thanks Swapnil and Jeevan for the comments...really inspiring!
Anonymous said…
Your blog has very good material. I frequently visit your blog and get lots of nicer ADF details. Thanks a lot again...

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