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by Dan Allen
Are you confident enough to push your application to production right now? Will it deploy? Integrate all the components? Keep the fail whale at bay? Confidence comes from tests. Real tests.
Discover how to use Arquillian to develop tests that execute inside a container and gain confidence that keeps you developing, knowing your application will stand up to the real world.
In the workshop, we'll cover:
Whether you’re learning a new technology, debugging or laying down new code, Arquillian provides the test platform you need to keep development continuous.
Let's face it, the cloud's here to stay. Spring's always been about portability and choice, and the cloud is no different. CloudFoundry, introduced to rave reviews and massive enthusiasm in the NOSQL, Node.js, Ruby, Scala and Java communities, represents the most promising, most open cloud platform for Java and Spring applications today, and tomorrow. In this talk, Josh Long will introduce CloudFoundry, it's architecture, and how it can be used with existing Spring applications and new ones, leveraging Spring 3.x.
by Joshua Long
Spring 3.1 is here, and there is a LOT of new stuff to play with! Join Josh Long in this walking tour of all the new features in Spring 3.1, including Hibernate 4 support, environment-specific profiles, an improved Java-centric component and configuration model and improved web tier support that encompasses new features in Spring MVC and Servlet 3.0, among other things. In this talk, Josh Long will introduce an application built entirely in Spring 3.1, with no XML at all: no persistence.xml, no web.xml, no Spring XML and no orm.xml.
9th–12th July 2012