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Comparing Spring and Java EE 6

Abstract:

Historically, Java EE development has been overly complex, bloated, and error prone.  Spring came along and was what EE development should have been - simple to test, simple to work with, and powerful for the enterprise.  Where are we now in 2012? 

In this session, we will take an honest look at developing in Spring and EE6 and look at the two models comparatively.  Some items we will look at include DI / CDI, concurrency, and testability.

Speaker Bio:

Joel Tosi is a solutions architect with Red Hat where he helps customers remove complexities from their systems and move toward a more open and scalable topology. He is doing what he can to help erase the history of J2EE being anything but agile including speaking at Java User Groups focusing on how to be productive in an EE environment. Joel enjoys using his experiences as a developer, manager, architect, and agile coach to help people work more effectively on products about which they are passionate.

Location:

3 Summit Park Drive
Lower Level Auditorium
Independence, OH
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Meeting starts at 5:30PM (networking, food, drink), with the discussion beginning at 6:00PM.

Hope to see you there!

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  • Scott S.

    Presentation has been uploaded.

    June 15, 2012

  • Oleg P.

    Presentation of the Red Hat folks was great!
    I'm looking forward for the JEE 6 features in Web Logic 12c, especially for the REST-related annotations.

    June 14, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    good

    June 14, 2012

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