This workshop is your opportunity to hack some code using the much anticipated JMS 2 API in cool TDD style :-).
JMS 2 (JSR 343) is the first update in more than a decade for the widely used Java messaging standard and is easily the longest-awaited component of Java EE 7. The biggest new feature of JMS 2 is a powerful new API that makes JMS a lot easier to use, especially in a Java EE application. JMS 2 also includes some additional messaging features and a long list of more minor enhancements.
With JMS 2 final along with Java EE 7 now is an ideal time to find out more about it first hand by getting introduced to the basics and writing some unit tests covering the major changes in JMS on the fly!
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