Eclipse provides support for Java program development such as editing, compiling, and debugging, and is readily extensible through its plug-in mechanism. Many have been involved in the development of plug-ins that support the building and launching of embedded applications (with suppor...
Why a Java technology standard? Why technology communities? This session will explore the circle of adoption and business opportunity from an IT Manager and IT developer perspective, as well as, how Java technology fits into these circles, and the significance of conformance and the 'W...
This session will present a collection of programming tips and tricks related to consuming and providing Web services in Java. This collection has been created by a number of developers and consultants and is the result of many real-life project experiences. We will focus on implementa...
Service-oriented architecture, Web services, and J2EE technologies are dramatically changing the ways in which enterprises develop and deploy their Internet-facing applications. Because these applications potentially have a global user base, correctly architecting applications is a par...
This session will provide guidelines, best practices, and a methodology to tackle a problem that is sapping the budgets of enterprise that have invested heavily in J2EE technology - the migration of enterprise applications between J2EE application servers. The strategy and planning for...
Linux and Apache drove a dramatic change in the server operating system and Web server marketplaces. These areas, dominated by Microsoft and Sun in the late 1990s, now see leading open source alternatives challenging these leaders. But open source's impact doesn't stop there. JBoss, th...
Even though WS-* security standards (WS-Security, WS-Trust, WS-SecureConversation, WS-Policy, etc.) are sufficiently prescriptive on specific security subjects like signing, SOAP message encryption, and request/receive security tokens, they do not provide end-to-end security protocol t...
Rich client, thick client, thin client - what are they? What are the benefits of rich client, in particular Java Rich Client? This session presents an overview of the various client technologies, in particular various Java-based rich-client solutions, including Swing/AWT, SWT, and XML....
Web services are ideal for integrating third-party services into your applications. However, SOAP-based Web services are based on the request-response model like most Web sites. To provide finely grained functionalities, the RPC API is often very verbose and requires multiple network r...
Any modern financial trading system is a complex distributed application that runs on multiple platforms and consists of components and services that have to communicate with each other. This presentation is about using JMS and message-oriented middleware as a backbone that provides a ...


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