EJB Tutorial @ the Java Meet

The expert session for the next IndicThreads Java meet is about EJB. EJBs have been around for a long time and form the core of many enterprise Java applications. In last month’s session on Spring, we discussed why and when not to use EJBs, lets now look at the EJB side of the story. Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) have been getting particular attention because of the recent release of EJB 3.0 and Java EE 5.

The session will be presented by Anand Kulkarni. Anand is a BE and an MBA. He is a software consultant and has 5 years of experience on
Java/J2EE and CORBA platforms. He provides corporate
training and software development services to many
reputed software organizations.

The session will cover the following areas :
* What are EJBs?
* Need for EJBs
* EJB Architecture
* Types of EJBs
* Deployment of a session bean
* Different EJB services

Date and Time:
> 4.30 pm – 6.30 pm
> Saturday, 27th May 2006

Venue:
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR),
7th floor, Atur Center, Model Colony, Pune
http://www.symbiosiscomputers.com
(Event supported by SICSR)

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

Directions:
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Related:

>> Effective EJB for real business solutions
>> Checking EJB 3.0 performance
>> How to decide which persistence technology to use? JDBC / CMP / JDO
>> Spring Framework Tutorial @ The Java Meet

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  • Abhishek

    The reason for this technology riot specially in Java and Web Development field is that new technologies and frameworks are coming up very very fast and Java Community in order to keep it’s flock together (from PHP) is just welcoming everything.
    I don’t know how many people have actually used most of today’s most heard names?