The two excellent organized JUG Transylvania events are over. Special thanks to Nokia (especially Tiberiu) and ZeroTurnAround for sponsoring
this event and Gabriel Pop (the JUG Transylvania CEO :-)) for the perfect organization! At the first day I asked the attendees what application to implement with Java EE 6 - and suggested something Dracula related. The response was clear - they are already Dracula-tired and preferred a Palinca (local hard liquor) Distillery (PalincaPalincie). We developed together a Java EE 6 application with JSF 2 + AJAX, EJB 3.1 (singleton, schedules, asynchronous), JPA 2 (inheritance, relations), REST, AJAX, CDI (qualifiers, events, producers) and Bean Validation. I used NetBeans 6.9.1 + Glassfish 3.0.1 without any extensions for this purpose.
The length event was set to 1.5h, so because of the Java EE 6 productivity I had enough time to answer all questions.
The JUG Transylvania community is really enthusiastic, motivated and nice. Got many questions - we continued the discussions (ESB, REST, Java EE 6, architectures) after the sessions. This event really paid off for me - I got one of the nicest Java t-shirts with duke-dracula ever...
The PalincaPalincie was pushed to http://kenai.com/projects/javaee-patterns (hacks/PalincaPalincie)
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