Some Java EE 6 Hacking, Patterns and Best Practices in Las Vegas

At the TheServerSide Java Symposium I will give two sessions: "Lightweight Application Development with Java EE 6" and "Java EE 6 Patterns and Best Practices". In the first session I plan to implement a Java EE 6 application on stage (live and unprepared :-)) to give you a feeling about Java EE 6 and in the second discuss Java EE (Anti) Patterns with "real world" code.
Feedback / discussion are highly appreciated, before, during (the best choice :-)), between or after the sessions.

I'm really looking forward to the keynotes: day one: James Gosling, day two: Steve Harris and Adam Meisinger (Oracle) and day three Rod Johnson.


When will you come to London? Maybe for a free event? :)

Posted by Davide on February 17, 2011 at 02:07 PM CET #


I had to reject a JAX London invitation, because of a project :-(.

I will spend few hours in london heathrow (airport) on route to theserverside :-)

See you at JavaOne then? :-)


Posted by on February 17, 2011 at 04:08 PM CET #


Your lightweight applications are JSF or desktop?


Posted by Xavier on February 18, 2011 at 05:25 AM CET #

How about Singapore , are you coming Singapore in near future :)


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Posted by Javin Paul @ Java Tutorial on February 18, 2011 at 05:44 PM CET #


JSF 2 is a Java EE 6 member, so I will of course introduce it. I will also introduce JAX-RS and probably a rest client. So you could use REST for desktop-backend communication. Btw. Java FX 2 comes with REST support as well :-)



Posted by on February 18, 2011 at 06:37 PM CET #


singapore is very nice -> thanks for the invitation. But I will not manage to cover Las Vegas and Singapore in the same week :-)



Posted by on February 18, 2011 at 06:38 PM CET #

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