J2EE vs JavaEE – Simplify programming

Sanjeeb Sahoo’s session on ‘J2EE vs Java EE’ presented at the IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology.

Session Abstract – J2EE 1.4 to Java EE 5 is not merely a name change or a version upgrade. Now we have a new approach to building enterprise Java applications. This session takes a look at the changes in the platform and what’s coming ahead.

It focuses on the *Ease of Development* features of the Java platform, Enterprise Edition which has made enterprise Java application development a much easier task.

The session would particularly look at how Java EE 5 leverages annotations, resource injection and Plain Old Java Objects(POJOs) to significantly simplify many programming tasks. The session concludes with a demonstration of “Java EE 5 in action”.



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Speaker-Sanjeeb Sahoo is an engineer at Sun Microsystems, working in the Java EE application server development engineering group, where he contributes to Java Persistence API implementation module in project GlassFish, an open source project that focuses on building the next generation Java EE application server.

He is also involved in writing a static verification tool for Java EE applications. Previously, he worked in C++ language binding layer of an object database management system and development of enterprise banking applications using ODBMS, CORBA & messaging middleware. His blogs about Java Persistence API can be found at http://weblogs.java.net/blog/ss141213/.

** 100 kbps Real Video. Takes a hit on video quality, but will work on slow Internet connections.

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  • Naeem

    Thanks for this good review. I think it will help to all types of users in web Programming

  • GUEST

    Is there any plans for such a conference in Bangalore?

    The tutorial was very nice.

  • GUEST

    Hi Sanjeeb,

    Excellent seminar to me , i feel very happy by this seminar.
    This seminar followed thru net,

    thanq very much
    yathirajulu_m@yahoo.co.in
    Banglore.