Spring Framework Tutorial @ The Java Meet

SpringFrameworkThe expert session for the next IndicThreads Java meet is about the Spring Web Application Framework. The details of the session that will be presented by Shaivya Easwaren are as follows:

J2EE has been around for several years but it has failed in keeping its promises to the developer community – A major one is ease with which developers can build their applications. Spring framework created by Rod Johnson and his team is the alternative for the J2EE components based application development.

The light weight container provided by Spring makes Enterprise class applications possible without costly application server containers and associated complexities involved. Spring framework is based on Inversion of Control principles and Aspect Oriented Programming.

This session will address
* Background information on why Spring is one of the better alternatives for new Java applications
* Pros and cons of J2EE and Spring framework
* Overview of overall Spring framework
* Discussion on few of the major modules.

Speaker Profile:
Shaivya Easwaren is member of Java Center of Excellence in Cognizant. She gets involved in J2EE related projects. She has done her Masters in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University, Nashville.

Date and Time:
> 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm
> Saturday, 29th April 2006

Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR),
7th floor, Atur Center, Model Colony, Pune, India
(Event supported by SICSR)

* Entry is free of cost. Entry on first come first served basis.

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0 thoughts on “Spring Framework Tutorial @ The Java Meet

  • June 20, 2007 at 1:52 pm

    Well said, Eelco. It certainly takes some time and effort (as with every framework) to dig wicket. But you soon get paid back all that invested time during development and – even more important for me – web development is fun again… which was just plainly unimaginable after doing struts for several years…

    Thanks again for your great framework! 🙂

  • May 1, 2006 at 1:21 pm

    I missed this session and hence would love to hear some feedback on the session. I’ve been reading up and using the spring framework and was curious to know it’s acceptance among developer community in India.

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