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Arquillian is the missing link in Java EE development. Developers burdened with bootstrapping the infrastructure on which a test depends place a high barrier to entry on integration testing. Arquillian tears down that barrier. It picks up where unit tests leave off, targeting the integration of application code inside a real runtime environment. This session looks at how you can take advantage of the test platform's infrastructure to fit your testing needs. It shows you how to write extensions so you can give your test classes new capabilities, manipulate the packaging process, hide testing framework integration complexity, integrate into the test's lifecycle, integrate with existing test runners, create your own container, and more.
by Dan Allen
Java EE 6 is a drastic improvement over previous revisions of the platform, but regardless of how significant the releases are, it's not long before we want more. In this session, you'll discover that waiting around for Java EE 7 isn't your only option, thanks to the portable extension SPI, introduced by CDI.
To prove that the Java EE platform is truly extensible, this session hacks rather than only talks theory. It goes over the options you have for enhancing the application, from registering custom beans, interceptors, and decorators to customizing dependency injection points, aliasing annotations, augmenting the annotation metadata on registered beans, and introducing custom scopes.
Java EE 6, you're going to be pwn'd. W00t!
2nd–6th October 2011