Java EE 5/6 in German Museum

This week a give a workshop with the title: "(Ultra) Lightweight Java EE - the killer platform for efficient development" in Munich. The funny story about it: the location is the German Museum :-). Probably I should think about that :-). Groovy and even C# workshops are hold here as well - so there is still some hope.

Fortunately the group is small (no surprise - just after w-jax conference, in Munich as well)  so we have enough time to cover all (even project specific) questions. We are using Netbeans 6.5 RC2 and Glassfish v2 / v3 for the samples (I offered Ganymede on the CD as well but no-one installed it :-)) - and we were able to develop some examples with EJB 3 / JPA, interceptors already.


how s your workshop goin adam?
Have u already turned some participants into new netbeans lovers?
I would have liked to participate.
Greetings from Stuttgart

Posted by daniel on November 11, 2008 at 07:39 PM CET #


thanks - the workshop is going well. The problem was: I introduced Netbeans, but no-one was actually impressed. The reason: everyone had already installed NB 6.1 / 6.5 on the machine. One user is developing with NB for 8 years. It was funny situation. I will have to show some Eclipse tricks in this course :-).

Daniel: just participate - next workshop will be in February :-).


Posted by Adam Bien on November 12, 2008 at 12:18 AM CET #

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