Enterprise Edition? That sounds complex. Who has time for complex these days? We certainly don’t. That’s why in this talk, we’ll showcase how the latest developments in the Java EE platform and ecosystem have brought new meaning to the double E: “Easy” and “Extensible”.
We’ll begin by summarizing the functionality Java EE 6 gives you out of the box. Hint: intelligent defaults replace XML and disparate technologies have been connected by powerful services like CDI. We won’t pretend that one size fits all. You’ll discover that the closed feature set has been abolished with the inclusion of the CDI extension facility. You now have the choice of building new features into the programming model in addition to using what’s provided. That still leaves a lot of work. So we’ll appeal to your practical side and highlight some of the extensions Seam 3 already has prepared for you.
Despite all these features, the code isn’t going to write itself. Or can it? Throughout the talk, you’ll witness how Forge can incrementally assemble an application at your command. At the end of the talk we’ll remind you of the fact that you are doing all this with the Enterprise Edition of Java without any of the pain that would seem to imply. Now that was easy.
Principal Software Engineer at JBoss by Red Hat; JBoss Community Liaison; Seam & Arquillian project member; Author of Seam in Action; Open Source Advocate
Senior Software Engineer at JBoss, by Red Hat. Founder of OcpSoft, and opensource author / advocate.
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