Apr 242012

Since 2006, IndicThreads’ Conferences have been delivering world class content on technologies like Java, Cloud Computing, Mobile & Software Quality. IndicThreads is excited to bring the same world class, vendor-neutral technology learning to India’s capital city, Delhi. IndicThreads Delhi will be held on 13 – 14 July.

Delhi 2012 sessions cover a vast array of critical & emerging software development technologies like JavaEE 7, Hadoop, JAX-RS, NoSQL, Redis, PhoneGapjQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, BDD CucumberHTML5, BPM, SOA, GPars, Groovy, Node.js, SaaS Architecture, Machine Learning, Akka, Nutch & more…

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May 062009

events_soa_sessionWeb2 and the notion of events in real-time are still new to the SOA space and introduce some interesting solution possibilities. In this session Ramesh Loganathan looks at some of the trends in Event Infrastructure and Web2.0 in the SOA context. Continue reading »

Apr 272009

BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) has become a technology of choice for business process orchestration. Companies have already invested a lot in BPEL and have a vision to expand and catch up with changing trend to integrate business processes. The service levels of these processes become crucial for business and for that you need a reliable BPEL infrastructure and other system components. Continue reading »

Mar 252009

JBoss Developer Studio 2.0 – Portfolio Edition is now available. The development environment not only enhances the Eclipse-based toolset, but also adds JBoss Enterprise Application, Portal, SOA and Data Services Platforms. It builds on Eclipse – Java developer toolset and includes a set of tools developers need to quickly develop highly interactive applications and services using technologies like Seam, Java EE, AJAX and Portlets as part of standards-based Service Oriented Architectures. Continue reading »

Nov 262008

After the inaugural address from Dr. Natarajan and the keynote from Dr. Anand Deshpande at the 3rd IndicThreads.com Conference On Java, started the technical sessions. First up was Sidda Eraiah speaking on “Future of the Internet”. He talked about HTML 5, Web Sockets, Java and Comet. He showed it with the help of a game demo. He answered the concerns as to why there is a need for WebSocket driven Rich Internet Applications. He insisted on the need for real time data, web application architecture, polling and streaming method of data transfer. He gave a brief outline about the specifications of HTML 5 and web sockets.
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