Description: JBoss Developer Studio 3 is out, now what can I do with it?
This session introduces JBoss Developer Studio 3 and then shows some possibly not so well known tips and tricks for how to use features in Eclipse and especially JBoss Developer Studio 3 that helps make you more efficient developing JBoss and Java middleware applications.
Presenter: Max Rydahl Andersen works for Red Hat and is the project lead for JBoss Tools and Developer Studio and is a core developer on Hibernate and Seam.
Max have spoken at several EclipseCon's, JBUG's, JBoss World and Devoxx. Max blogs about JBoss Tools, Eclipse and Hibernate at in.relation.to/Bloggers/Max
Class loading is widely viewed as one of the darkest arts in Java development. In this session, Jason Greene will provide insight into the how and why of Java SE, Java EE, JBoss Application Server, JBoss Microcontainer, and OSGi class loading. He will offer historical perspective by beginning with JDK internals and progress to the modern, modular class loader models in use today. In addition, Jason will cover common pitfalls and methodologies to avoid them.
Presenter: Jason currently leads the JBoss Application Server project, which is a popular open source application development platform. He is a member of the Java Community Process (JCP), and most recently the expert group of the Java EE and Contexts & DI specifications. During his tenure at Red Hat, he has worked in many JBoss Enterprise Middleware areas, including the application server, clustering, Web services, AOP, and security. His interests include concurrency, distributed computing, hardware, and programming language design.
This webinar will provide in-depth coverage of several new JSF 2.0 features. It will also ask of each : Is the current solution sufficient? Where is it lacking? We'll then review how RichFaces 4 is enhancing JSF to solve these issues by prototyping functionality for the future of JSF.
The JSF 2.0 specification (JSR-314) addresses a substantial number of long standing pain points that JSF users have just come to accept as a hard knock life. JSF 2.0 is a true contender amongst web frameworks. It is not the end of the story though, and thankfully the expert group has once again left the door open for projects like RichFaces to extent, prototype and improve the specification. RichFaces lead the industry with ajax support for JSF1.2, played a significant role in the development of JSF 2.0, and continues to lead and prototype the future of the JSF standard for the RIA ecosystem.
Whether you are a new JSF/RichFaces user who wants to find out more about the latest developments in the specification or an old hat with an issue or two on your mind, this session has something to offer you!
JBoss Enterprise Middleware
JBoss, by Red Hat, is the leader in enterprise-class open source middleware. JBoss Enterprise Middleware is comprised of certified, supported platform and framework distributions that are based on JBoss Community projects. This channel will showcase videos related to the various products in the middleware suite.