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Going Mobile with JBoss Technology Today

Mobile devices like smart phones and tablets are rapidly becoming the primary web client for many users. Taking your existing skills from traditional web application development and applying them to a mobile interface can be daunting.  In this session Wesley Hales, from JBoss will walk through best-practices to build a mobile solution using some of JBoss' most popular projects and frameworks. This includes Infinispan, HornetQ, CDI, RichFaces4 and JSF2, along with JBoss AS7.

Please join our sponsors, Shadow-Soft and JBoss for this free and informative event. Pizza and sodas will be served.

Food arrives at 6:30. Discussion starts at 7:00

Look forward to seeing everyone there!

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  • Jason

    Wesly gave an excellent overview and demo for JBoss OpenShift

    December 16, 2011

  • Stephen L.

    Came in late but liked the presentation. Covered a lot of things quickly. Not a current users of J-Boss (or Java) but need moble connectivity. I look forward to reviewing both and listening at subsequent meetings.

    December 15, 2011

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