I'd like to announce to the Tapestry community that I've returned to independent consulting. As an independent consultant, I'll have more opportunities to pursue training, mentoring, and project work that did not fit with Formos' overall goals.
Formos continues to be committed to Tapestry, and to maintaining the Tapestry360 web site. I'd like to thank Matt Tunnel, President of Formos, for the opportunities he's provided: a "dream job" that let me focus on completing Tapestry 5.0 and 5.1, with a scope of features far beyond what I had originally envisioned when I started Tapestry 5 over four years ago.
Now is a new chapter; I'm starting to search for my next dream job, while actively seeking out new Tapestry training, mentoring and support projects, as well as working with my existing clients. In addition, I'm using my improved freedom to pursue other important technologies beyond Tapestry, such as Clojure, Cappuccino, and CouchDB. I expect to be able to offer the same kind of compelling training and project work in these technologies as I currently provide for Tapestry.
I'm also taking this time to pursue one of the opportunities I could not take on while at Formos: a Tapestry 5 book. I'm currently contacting a number of different publishers to find the best home for a new book specifically about Tapestry 5.
I'd also like to thank the Tapestry community for all the enthusiasm and dedication that you've given to Tapestry. I'm looking forward to helping you create even more insanely great applications!