Fellow Apache Wicket committer and TDD enthousiast Timo Rantalaiho discusses how he came to Apache in this Apache 10th anniversary video:
Take a look at his shirt :)
In the continuing series of interviews with the Wicket community, I was fortunate to interview Jeremy Thomerson and to meet him in person at ApacheCon US 2008 in New Orleans. As I expected, Jeremy is really a great guy (just as Bruno Borges, whom I also had the honor to meet in person).
Jeremy develops the Wicket based website “Texas Hunt Fish“, one of the long standing public facing websites using Wicket. And he is giving training for Wicket which you can book through wickettraining.com. If you want to learn more about Jeremy’s style, just browse the Wicket user list archives or read his
blog and see how he’s doing. If I didn’t write the book about Wicket, I’d hire Jeremy to teach me :) I’m honored to share this interview with Jeremy with you.
Nino Wael has re-opened the Wicket merchandise shop. Now you can wear Wicket to work, the gym or when dining out. There’s a cap for those that are hair growth impaired, and a mug for those with severe caffeine deficiency. Grab your Wicket gear now!
With this book, Wicket will become the greatest territory the Dutch have settled since Manhattan.
Senior Software Engineer, Teachscape Inc.
This is the complete and authoritative guide to Wicket, written and reviewed by the core members of the Apache Wicket team. If there's anything you want to know about Wicket, you are sure to find it in this book.
Founder and Architect of Apache Wicket, Foreword Wicket in Action
Without question, Wicket in Action... is the be-all and end-all when it comes to Wicket.
Geertjan Wielenga, Wicket Netbeans Plugin Author
The tutorial and conversational tone of the writing makes the book very approachable.
Loved the sample application—it tied everything together.
Senior Software Developer, SAS Institute
The essential guide for learning and using Wicket.
Erik van Oosten
Lead programmer and Project Manager, JTeam
Finally, the Web Framework of web frameworks, Apache Wicket, now has a bible of its own.
Senior Software Architect, Heimore group
Wicket is an innovative evolution of the MVC programming with simple roots, but without a primer such as this, it can be more challenging than it needs to be.
Founder, Bill2 Inc.
Wicket In Action glues the areas of web development with Apache Wicket together and gives a great overview of Apache Wicket...it will make a great compendium.
Nino Martinez Wael
Java Specialist, Jayway Denmark