Sessions at JAX London 2011 - Autumn Edition about Java and NoSQL

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Monday 31st October 2011

  • Data access 2.0? Please welcome, Spring Data!

    by Oliver Gierke

    Spring always provided sophisticated support for various Java data access technologies. The lately coined Spring Data project now takes the next step and introduces a consistent programming model for non-relational data stores and helps implementing data access layers in a consistent and easy-to grasp fashion - for both the NoSQL stores as well as more traditional APIs like JPA. The talk introduces the umbrella project, foundational concepts and abstractions, and dives down into the specialties of particular modules using MongoDB as example.

    At 9:00am to 9:45am, Monday 31st October

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Wednesday 2nd November 2011

  • Busy Java Developer’s Guide to NoSQL

    by Ted Neward

    The NoSQL movement has stormed onto the development scene, and it’s left a few developers scratching their heads, trying to figure out when to use a NoSQL database instead of a regular database, much less which NoSQL database to use. In this session, we’ll examine the NoSQL ecosystem, look at the major players, how the compare and contrast, and what sort of architectural implications they have for software systems in general.

    At 3:45pm to 4:35pm, Wednesday 2nd November

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