Josh Juneau Presents Java EE 7 Recipes for Concurrency and Messaging
The Java EE 7 release brings forth some significant improvements and new features. JMS 2.0 incorporates many improvements, which enables increased developer productivity and ease of use. The addition of Concurrency Utilities for Java EE provides a standardized means for implementing multiple tasks within an enterprise environment. This presentation will cover each of these APIs, starting with use-case scenarios, and then digging into code and discussing how it works.
I am a full time application developer and database administrator in my day job. I primarily develop Java EE and PL/SQL solutions, although I also integrate with other languages such as Jython and Groovy. I am the editor of the "Jython Monthly" newsletter, and presenter of the "Jython Podcast". I have been author and co-author on books for Apress, and I write articles for Oracle Java Magazine.
Jonathan Freeman Presents Web Sockets
When it comes to client-server communication, WebSockets can provide some of the highest levels of interaction. In this presentation, we’ll discuss what WebSockets are, why you might want to use them, and how you would go about doing it. In addition to looking at the Java API, we’ll take a peek at the new WebSocket support in Spring 4. Common use cases will be discussed, as will best and worst practices when using WebSockets.
Jonathan Freeman is a Developer, Field Engineer, and Developer Advocate at Open Software Integrators. When he’s not developing web and mobile applications, he spends his time learning/writing/presenting about technology in the NoSQL and Big Data ecosystems.