A name adopted by Craig Walls as his primary domain name in the early days of the internet. "habuma" is a portmanteau formed from the first two letters of the three dogs Craig owned at the time: Harlee, Buster, and Max.
Need to know how to build applications using the leading framework for Java? Want to create engaging voice experiences for Alexa? Craig has a book for that!
If you need to learn Spring, look no further than this widely beloved and comprehensive guide! Fully revised for Spring 5.3, and packed with interesting real-world examples to get your hands dirty with Spring.
Learn how to develop your own voice applications for Amazon Alexa. Start with techniques for building conversational user interfaces and dialog management. Integrate with existing applications and visual interfaces to complement voice-first applications.
Tune in to instructional videos Craig has made on topics such as Spring, Alexa, and Kubernetes
Craig's blog is hosted on Medium.com, not on this site. But here are a few links to his most recent articles.
Tech events, conferences, and user groups where you'll find Craig talking about Spring, Spring Boot, and Alexa
Craig does a lot of serious work for his employer. But after hours he's also busy after-hours. Here are a few of the most interesting projects Craig has worked on after-hours.
When you're in Disney World or Disneyland and need to know what the wait time is for Haunted Mansion, what time the park closes, or where you can find the nearest churro cart, the MouseGuests skill can help.→ Read about this Alexa skill
Are you attending a No Fluff Just Stuff conference? Want to find out about upcoming NFJS events? The NFJS Alexa Skill can be your guide to every NFJS experience.→ The NFJS Skill on Amazon.com