Throwing Complexity Over the Wall - Rapid Development for Enterprise Java

A session at JavaOne 2010

Wednesday 22nd September, 2010

4:45pm to 5:45pm (PST)

For many, development of enterprise Java has long been an arduous undertaking. We're of the opinion that application programmers should be free to focus on their business logic only. In this session, we'll start from scratch: • What makes us most productive? • What tasks should we be programming; more importantly, what shouldn't we? • What is a component model, and what does it buy us? • How is this stuff usable in the real world? We'll discuss how testing relates to the features of the Java EE 6 stack. By the end, we'll have introduced a pair of simple and powerful frameworks that render the testing of real enterprise components as natural as calling "add" on a CS101 Calculator.java.

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Andrew Lee Rubinger

Open Software Engineer @JBoss & @RedHatSoftware | #ShrinkWrap / #Arquillian | Author of @ContinuousDev from @OReillyMedia | Once drove the Boston Marathon bio from Twitter

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Dan Allen

Software Developer, Community Catalyst & Open Source Advocate

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Time 4:45pm5:45pm PST

Date Wed 22nd September 2010

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  • Continuous Enterprise Development in Java
  • Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1
  • Seam in Action

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