JPA, EJB3, Faces, Matisse and ...mountainbikes

I'm back from the Developer Days Workshop (Entwicklertage 2007). It was an experiment (or Mission Impossible): we (14 students) built in three days  from analysis to deployment a fully functional Java EE 5 application. We also setup the whole environment in this time.
The "TrainingDB" stores the training-units (avg and max pulse, distance, avg speed, weather conditions etc.) - the report functionality will be also available.
The domain layer was built with JPA, the services with Stateless/Stateful Session Beans, we realized also a Java Server Faces frontend, as well as Swing Rich Client. We used Netbeans 5.5/6 with Glassfish v1/2 and Visual Web Pack for JSF. ...and we had still enough time to talk about architecture, JMX, JMS, locking, SOA, SOAP, clustering issues and politics as well :-).
We decided to opensource the application - I will clean it up and start an opensource project.


I can only confirm this workshop and can't wait to get the TrainigDB code under my fingers.
Best regards and looking forward to see you (and all the other students from this workshop) on JAX 2007.


Posted by Sandor Fiedler on March 01, 2007 at 09:57 PM CET #

yo dude tryin 2 do my art homework by searchin mattise an i find u talkin stuf bout u n 14 ova randomers hew wer on mision impodible BOVERED M8

Posted by me on March 01, 2007 at 10:26 PM CET #

Same from me ;-) Let it rock!


Posted by Holger Faltinsky on March 02, 2007 at 10:25 AM CET #

yo yo, let's rave ;-)

Posted by SimonOx on March 05, 2007 at 11:22 PM CET #

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