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W-JAX 2011

Die W-JAX bildet gemeinsam mit der JAX Europas führende Konferenz-Serie für Enterprise-Technologien, agile Methoden und Softwarearchitekturen. Gemeinsam mit den begleitenden Business Technology Days verleiht sie IT-Professionals aus Unternehmen aller Branchen die entscheidenden Impulse für digitale Wertschöpfung und Innovation – zwei Mal im Jahr.

Mehr als 160 international renommierte Speaker geben in rund 180 Vorträgen ihr Erfahrungswissen an die Teilnehmer weiter. Verständlich, praxisnah und erfolgsorientiert. Dabei thematisiert die W-JAX eine große Bandbreite aktueller und zukunftsorientierter Technologien von Java über Scala, Android und Webtechnologien bis hin zu agilen Entwicklungsmodellen und dem modernen, effizienten Betrieb von IT-Systemen (DevOps).

Der einzigartige Themenmix der Konferenzen verleiht Ihnen den entscheidenden Wissensvorsprung für laufende und zukünftige IT-Projekte. Die professionelle Organisation, hohe technische Kompetenz sowie das besondere Ambiente machen die W-JAX und die JAX zu einem einzigartigen Erlebnis, bei dem auch das Networking mit Kollegen und internationalen Experten nicht zu kurz kommt.

07. bis 11. November 2011

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Java Programming Language is cooler than you think!

Die Java-Sprache bringt erstaunliche Features mit sich. In dieser Session werden vergessene Libraries und Konzepte wie anonyme Konstruktoren, ServiceLoader, Dynamic Proxies, MarshalledObjects, CookieManager, XMLEncoder, Externalizable, Reflection Tricks ent. besprochen. Und erstaunlicherweise werden bereits existierende Konstrukte immer wieder mit esoterischen Frameworks oder Libraries ersetzt.

How Open Web Standards shape Adobe's Web Experience Management

Building for the web by respecting the fundamental design principles of the web sounds like an obvious design decision. But few web frameworks offer such a radical approach on that topic as does Apache Sling. This innovative open source project is architectured from ground up following the REST principles, it is content-driven with it's standardized JCR content repository (using the Apache Jackrabbit implementation) and powered by OSGi for modularity (using Apache Felix). First, understand in-depth what makes Sling (including Felix and Jackrabbit) such a fun and powerful web framework. Then learn more about how Adobe made it a central part of it's Digital Enterprise Platform and see how the Adobe Web Experience Management solution makes use of it for it's modern enterprise-scale web content management.

Cool Code

In most disciplines built on skill and knowledge, from art to architecture, from creative writing to structural engineering, there is a strong emphasis on studying existing work. Exemplary pieces from past and present are examined and discussed in order to provoke thinking and learn techniques for the present and the future. Although programming is a discipline with a very large canon of existing work to draw from, the only code most programmers read is the code they maintain. They rarely look outside the code directly affecting their work. This talk examines some examples of code that are interesting because of historical significance, profound concepts, impressive technique, exemplary style or just sheer geekiness.

Sauberes-Gruen_QS-fuer-Android_Christian-Meder.pdf

n der Java-Welt wird Spring oft genutzt, aber ist es auch sinnvoll, Spring mit einer neuen Programmiersprache wie Scala zu kombinieren? Dieser Vortrag geht dieser Frage nach und zeigt, wo und warum Spring in der Scala-Welt sinnvoll ist und was heute schon geht. Dabei werden Dependency Injection, AOP, die Portable Service Abstraction aber auch das Spring-Web-MVC-Framework betrachtet.

97 Things every Programmer should know

Modern programmers have a lot on their minds. Programming languages, programming techniques, development environments, tools, development process, deadlines, meetings, software architecture, design patterns, team dynamics, code, requirements, bugs, code quality. And more. A lot. The 97-Things-every-Programmer-should-know-project has collected together the wisdom of many contributors to offer a distilled snapshot of what every programmer should know. This session discusses the open and crowd-sourced nature of the project and draws from the collection to present some highlights and useful advice that is relevant not only to programmers but also to other technical roles, such as architects, and the roles that interact with them, such as project managers.

How to develop cross-platform mobile Applications connected to your Back-end

With the rise of smartphone and tablet devices, a new class of application is emerging to work across multiple kinds of devices. Java developers are now faced with new challenges to provide the most engaging user experiences on any screen. New device input methods like touch and gestures require developers to rethink interaction models. Screen size constraints also require developers to optimize real estate usage. With so many different mediums for delivering rich Internet applications code, reuse becomes incredibly important. Adobe technical evangelists will present how Java developers can leverage the new Flex 4.5 framework to solve this actual challenge and deliver first-class smartphone and tablet applications connected to Java, .NET or PHP back-ends. One codebase and one language to target Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices.

PrettyFaces: RESTful URLs für JSF

JSF 2.x hat mit einem verbesserten GET-Support und View-Parametern inzwischen schon einiges zum Thema RESTful zu bieten. Das Open-Source-Projekt PrettyFaces geht noch einen Schritt weiter, in dem es erlaubt, fast beliebige RESTful URLs zu erzeugen. Zudem bietet PrettyFaces noch weitere hilfreiche Goodies. In dieser Session wird auf die Konfiguration und die Verwendung von PrettyFaces im Detail eingegangen und aufgezeigt, wie sich zudem ganz einfach die SEO-Eigenschaften (Search Engine Optimization) der Applikation verbessern lassen.

Things you should know about Scalability! Teil 2

Delivering architecture@internet-scale has several challenges to be solved to be ready for extreme scalable architectures. This session is about the art of scale, scalability, and scaling of web architectures. It will give an overview of challenges, good practices and solutions to achieve high scalability for web-based systems.

Things you should know about Scalability! Teil 3

Delivering architecture@internet-scale has several challenges to be solved to be ready for extreme scalable architectures. This session is about the art of scale, scalability, and scaling of web architectures. It will give an overview of challenges, good practices and solutions to achieve high scalability for web-based systems.

Things you should know about Scalability! Teil 1

Delivering architecture@internet-scale has several challenges to be solved to be ready for extreme scalable architectures. This session is about the art of scale, scalability, and scaling of web architectures. It will give an overview of challenges, good practices and solutions to achieve high scalability for web-based systems.

5 Tips for Managing Java Applications in Production - The Smart Way

Nothing's harder than managing production applications, because profilers take too much overhead and log files simply take away too much of your life. But uptime and availability is critical for production applications--so how can developers and Ops successfully monitor their mission-critical production apps? Sandro Guglielmin will present a session on special tips for managing production java applications. These tips include 1. Be smart on how you monitor app performance - have a monitoring system that auto-discovers the system and visualizes the application flow. 2. Be smart on how you detect issues - leverage dynamic baselining. 3. Be smart on how you collect data - track the flow of business transactions across multiple hops.. 4. Be smart on how you analyze data - Get to the line of code causing the issue within 3-5 clicks. 5. Be smart on how you manage agile releases - Compare application performance pre and post release. Join Sandro as he discusses these tips and demonstrates them with an instance of AppDynamics Pro, including its SaaS delivery.

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