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Upcoming (2009-2010) Java EE 5/6 Workshops and Events - Some Free

  1. A workshop about "Pragmatic Enterprise Architectures" in Munich - there are already enough registrations - it will take place. I plan to explain how to create pragmatic, but maintainable architectures - of course with real world examples.
  2. January 2010 at the OOP conference - a talk about cloud computing and a Java EE 6 "Rethinking Best Practices" tutorial / workshop.
  3. I will give a talk at Java User Group Hamburg - probably about Java EE 6 stuff. Preliminary date: 02.02.2010
  4. Februaray 2010, ejugdays 2010 - Spring vs.  EJB "talk" with Juergen Hoeller, Pragmatic Java EE Architectures workshop and a session about "Xtreme Lightweight EJB" :-).
  5. March 2010, at Scanconf.se in Gothenborg  a session about Java EE 6


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Comments:

That "talk" looks rather interesting :) I hope you record it on video and share it with us. And remember: NO weapons! j/k

Posted by Jay on November 17, 2009 at 06:36 PM CET #

@Jay,

the talk will probably degrade to free-style hacking. It will highly depend on the audience :-),

thanks for the nice comment!,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on November 17, 2009 at 06:52 PM CET #

Any trips planned for New York?

Posted by BryanY on November 17, 2009 at 11:21 PM CET #

@Bryan,

sadly, not. I gave last year a session at the CommunityOne East in NYC.

I have no idea, whether it will take place this year. I don't know any other Java-related conference in New York.

thank your for asking!,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on November 18, 2009 at 09:06 AM CET #

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