Free Java EE 5, Patterns and Architectures Event (JUGM/NUG) in Munich

At  24.1.2008, 6:00 PM in Munich there will be a free event organized by the Java User Group Munich / Netbeans User Group with a session with the title  "Lightweight Java EE 5/6 architectures with EJB 3.X, JPA 1,X and JSF". The end is probably open :-). However I will show some architectural ideas (from p4j5) and benefits of domain driven, as well as service oriented approach to built applications with nothing but Java EE 5 without overhead. During the talk I will show lot of code and hack some simple applications. Because of lack of time, I will use the Netbeans 6.0 / Glasfish 2.0 combination for development and deployment.

I'm really looking forward for critical question about Java EE 5/6. The most critical questions will be rewarded with a t-shirt :-).

This event was organized in a very agile way. I met Anton Epple (the NUG leader) at the Sun Tech Days in Frankfurt. We hacked the abstract at the community corner...

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Does this presentation make sense if one has little to no knowledge of Java EE (apart from Servlets)? I am familiar with many of its concepts though, such as dependency injection etc.

Posted by Axel Rauschmayer on January 16, 2008 at 09:21 PM CET #

Absolutely. I will explain everything from scratch - just ask a question - and get a T-Shirt.

Posted by Adam Bien on January 23, 2008 at 02:14 PM CET #

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