Free T-Shirts For The Best Questions Or Heretical Statements About Java EE 5 / Netbeans

During the free talk at the Java User Group / Netbeans User Group at 24.1.2008, 6:00 PM in Munich with the really short title "Lightweight Java EE 5/6 architectures with EJB 3.X, JPA 1,X and JSF" :-), I will give away some cool, brand new Netbeans 6.0 T-Shirts for the best questions about Java EE 5/Netbeans or heretical statements as well. I especially like questions about real world scenarios, which (potentially) cannot be resolved with plain Java EE 5 :-).

I will show lot of of code and explain in detail the Passive View/Supervising Controller Presentation Patterns, show/hack some examples (some from p4j5) in real time for Fluent Interfaces/Domain Driven Design and JSF DataBinding and use Glassfish V2 and JavaDB for deployment. I would like to talk about the future and potential features of EJB 3.1, JPA 2.0 and Java EE 6 as well (briefly - to gather your feedback).

T-Shirts are great tool to motivate people for participation :-). Warning: at the Sun Tech Days in Frankfurt, a participant of my workshop promised me to find an example for a serverside, real world use case which cannot be efficiently solved with today EJB 3 - interceptors. ...we were able to find a solution for every request (however he got a t-shirt anyway :-)) -.


do you mean those t-shirts which have a train-station-map on front-side?
i received one from Sun-PRAG one month ago :)

Posted by daniel on January 11, 2008 at 02:42 PM CET #

Yes. They even arrived. But I got some DVDs as well. :-)

Posted by Adam Bien on January 11, 2008 at 02:46 PM CET #

We are really looking forward to see you here in munich, and Daniel, we also have some of those "T-shirts in a box" if you prefer one of those... :)


Posted by Toni Epple on January 22, 2008 at 05:43 PM CET #

You could release on youtube or google video the presentations you made right ? :)

Posted by Rhawi Dantas on January 25, 2008 at 08:26 AM CET #


sure but it's too late :-). However it was fun. I talk/hacked about 3 hours. You are invited as cameraman next time - you will even get 2 T-Shirts for this job :-),

thank you very much for your interests,



Posted by Adam Bien on January 25, 2008 at 11:37 AM CET #


Posted by Nimesha chinthaka on July 21, 2008 at 08:36 PM CEST #

netbeans is a very great tool for the developers thank u sun. sun is the best ! . :)

Posted by s.ruchiranga on January 26, 2010 at 05:40 PM CET #

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