Did Bruce Tate write this?

I was researching the history of Java - or better the history of my Java development. After some playing around with applets my Java development history started in a commercial project with the Java Web Server and servlets. And I found this:

In his book, Bruce says: "In the halls of Netscape, server-side Java emerged. Servlets (a term originally coined by O'Reilly) made server-driven Internet applications available to application developers. Sun capitalized on this movement quickly with a standard, and an open source implementation of a servlet engine called Tomcat."

Did Bruce really write this completly wrong view of servlet history in "Beyond Java"?

Update: Bruce does presentations too.
I'd like to have closures too. And each. And all. And, well you get it.

Brand new: Apache LGPL license

Esper is a very interesting project about temporal querying on events. I hope to use it soon in a project. But beyond that, they invented the Apache LGPL license:

"Esper was designed to make it easier to build CEP and ESP applications. Esper is open-source software available under the Apache LPGL license."