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In this talk you'll learn how the JDK 7 Updates Project in OpenJDK works, and how to work within it, how to track changes, get your fixes in, and follow along as for example the Mac OS X Port gets integrated into future JDK 7 update releases.
If you are curious what kind of fixes are encouraged for JDK 7 Updates, what it takes to become a Committer or Reviewer on this Project, how the community contributes to it, and what to expect in upcoming JDK 7 Update releases, then this talk is for you. If you'd like to understand how JDK 7 Updates make their way into Linux distributions, then this talk is for you. If you'd like to know how fixes from HotSpot, JAXP, JAXB, JDK 8, etc. get integrated into JDK 7 Updates, then this talk is for you.
by Alex Soto
Moreover, architectural changes have occurred too, REST-web applications have grown in popularity or AJAX is used to create asynchronous web applications. Due to development of Enterprise Java Applications have changed during these years, so testing frameworks have changed accordantly. The main topic of this speech will be how to test Enterprise Java Applications using these new frameworks.
Session will combine theory with interactive practice using only open-source projects.
23rd–26th May 2012