Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Streamlining Java EE Development

Northern Virginia Java Users Group Meeting, May 14, 2008
If you've ever had to sit through a five minute build/deploy cycle to test a one-line code change, or wait several days for a schema change before you could move forward with new development, here are some techniques for streamlining Java EE development you're sure to appreciate. This presentation will show how to leverage design patterns and some of the built-in capabilities of modern IDEs to help eliminate annoying delays while improving the flexibility and testability of your application.


Jonathan Lehr is President of About Objects, Inc., a Reston, Virginia firm that specializes in Java EE, Alfresco ECM, and Cocoa training and consulting. He is the coauthor of two books on J2EE web frameworks, Jakarta Pitfalls (Wiley), and Mastering JavaServer Faces (Wiley), and has been a speaker at ApacheCon and No Fluff Just Stuff. Jonathan is also the founder and lead architect of the Semblance Project ( ) which houses the StrutsLive framework as well as a number of other useful Java EE components. StrutsLive has been used by consulting companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Sapient Corp., and MarketLive to develop major, production B2B and B2C websites, including ,,, and many others.


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