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The Next Step in Unit Testing and Java & SOA
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Java developers have widely adopted test first software development strategies. Unit test frameworks for Java, Web services, Ajax, REST, Service Oriented Architecture, and Flash/Action Script show the diversity of adoption among Java developers. In this session, Frank will take Java developers throug...

Practical Unit Testing in JavaScript
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

At this London JavaScript Meetup, Michael Mathews will talk about Unit Testing in JavaScript. Creating unit tests in JavaScript is easier than you probably think and will make the job of building and debugging your application faster, easier and more reliable. This talk will include a short introduc...

Tomcat: Maximizing Performance & Security
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Mark Thomas, a senior software engineer from SpringSource and the leading contributor to Tomcat security, talks about how security vulnerabilities are handled by the Tomcat team and how end users are served while preventing security problems.

Mark discusses how using an open source projec...

JavaFX Update
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

In the opening talk, Peter dishes about JavaFX and some of the features that will be included in release 1.0. JavaFX is going to provide users a single Java platform for both browser and desktop deployment, saving developers time, effort, and money. A mobile emulator will be included with release 1.0...

Terracotta: Open Source Network-Attached Memory
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

In this free session we show you how you can get Network-Attached Memory as an appliance-like infrastructure service through Terracotta's JVM-level clustering technology (http://www.terracotta.org). You will learn what Network-Attached Memory is, how it works and how Terracotta can simplify the task ...

The nuts, bolts and Springs of distributed OSGi applications.
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Using Spring with OSGi is a revolution in the application server environment. Spring gives you flexibility, OSGi gives you dynamicity, but complexity can give you a headache! This talk, led by Dave Savage, will review the current technology landscape, explore how you can turn a standalone app in to a...

Spring 3.0
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

Rick talks about the new weapons provided by Spring 3.0 for the war on Java complexity. After a brief recap of Spring 2.5, we get introduced to our first weapon: Spring 3.0 is totally embracing Java 5. It requires at least Java 5, the code base is generified and lots of cruft is removed by making use...

What's New in Spring 3.0
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

With the Spring Framework 3.0 release, we are introducing further annotation-based configuration Options, unified expression language support and comprehensive REST support. This talk discusses Spring as a modern Java 5 oriented application framework: covering the core component model, annotation-dri...

The Spring Portfolio
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

"For years, we've created great technology. Today we're creating more than ever. We're proud that we've helped to drive the transformation of enterprise Java from the misery of EJB 1.x and 2.x to agile development with POJOs. We've delivered billions of dollars of value to enterprise customers and we...

Introduction to the Spring dmServer
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

"Vendors such as SpringSource, Paremus, and ProSyst go one crucial step further. Building a server platform on OSGi can only get you so far. What if you actually want to take advantage of OSGi for building your own applications? For this you need an OSGi technology-based programming and deployment mo...

Scaling Batch Applications in the Enterprise
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

"Batch and offline processing is a fact of life for many of us, and by its nature it often comes with deadlines and windows for processing. Sometimes the only way to make that deadline is to take a large job and throw more hardware at it. Unfortunately things aren't always that easy, and this present...

Building Twitter with Grails in 40 minutes
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 03 Feb 09

In a frank post, the architects of Twitter conceded that Twitter should have been built around a messaging architecture. Citing scalability as their main concern, the Java platform with its advanced and mature support for messaging, through the Java Messaging Service (JMS), could have been a perfect ...