Books I've read last week

In my previous "books I've read" blogpost, I discovered I didn't succeed meeting my goal of reading at least one book each week, so I did an effort to catch up.
I continued reading the Chronicles of Narnia, and I've read the 6th (and final) nominated book for the "Little Cervantes Award":

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The iText Office Floor (update 3)

Now that the floor is stable, the works can continue. You probably remember the library:

Take a couple of steps back, and this is what you see:

The floor is full of plaster and paper:

There's still plenty of work to do before this can be our office:

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Books I've read last month

I didn't have much time recently; I've read four books since February 13th. That's less than the one book a week I was planning to read. Moreover, I've only read rather short books:

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The iText Office Floor (update 2)

The culprits
Rusty beams that were no longer able to support the masonry:

These were removed (see previous blog posts), and now there's:
The solution
An armed concrete floor:

Can I now safely return to my office?
Unfortunately not: next week, they'll redo the ceiling, floor and walls.

The iText Office Floor (update)

Today:

Tomorrow:
Concrete!

The future of iText

At the end of my presentation at Zenika, I talked about the future of iText. What started as 5 ideas for 2011 are now 7 ideas. Some of those ideas involve months of development, others only involve a couple of weeks. These are the ideas I started with:

  • We need a better HTMLWorker
  • We should start working on XFA to PDF conversion
  • What about Digital Signatures: PAdES, timestamps,...?
  • I'd like an Eclipse plug-in for iText
  • Can we create an iText port for Android?

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Zenika - iText in Action

I've posted the slides I used a Zenika (Paris, March 10, 2011) on SlideShare:

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The iText Office Floor...

... is currently not accessible:

I like the fact that our office is housed in a 100+ year old villa, but once in a while, you experience some disadvantages. The beams that were used in the floor were completely rusty and the masonry of the arches was deteriorating fast. I hope we have a new floor soon, because I'm not working in ideal circumstances right now.

Three days in Paris


A mini-iText conference, an interview and a business dinner at Le Pré Catalan. Those were three days in Paris well spent. But now back to day-to-day business. Let's take a look at out mailbox...

Tomorrow: iText conference in Paris

Reminder:

Bruno Lowagie, l'auteur de la librairie Java-PDF iText, sera exceptionnellement en France pour vous présenter les nouveautés de la deuxième édition de son livre "iText in Action".

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