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Preview: Greater Atlanta Software Symposium - Oct. 05 - 07, 2007

Greater Atlanta Software Symposium - Oct. 05 - 07, 2007



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Greater Atlanta Software Symposium - Oct. 05 - 07, 2007

Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Greater Atlanta Software Symposium, Oct. 05 - 07, 2007. Catch these Featured Sessions Getting Started with Grails by Jason Rudolph Grails is an open-source web application framework that's all about getting things done. Grails combines best-of-breed Java technologies (including Hibernate and Spring), convention over configuration, and the powerful and dynamic Groovy language. Together with these elements and Groovy's ability to seamlessly integrate with your existing Java code, Grails finally legitimizes rapid web application development for the Java platform. Java Annotations: From Definition to Consumption by Ted Neward Want to get the soup-to-nuts story on Java annotations? In this presentation, we'll first talk about what annotations provide to the Java language. After setting ourselves a conceptual basis to operate from, we'll look at the language definition for Java annotations, from how to use them to how to define them. Finally, we'll take a look at the other side of annotations, consuming them at source-level (using "apt", the annotation processing tool), class-level (using a bytecode toolkit such as BCEL), and at runtime (using enhancements to the Reflection API made in Java5). Spring 2.0: New and Noteworthy by Mark Fisher Spring 2.0 has marked a major advance in the Spring Framework. While still maintaining backwards compatibility, this release adds quite a few new features. What are those features and how do they add value? Come by and see. In this session we'll provide a practical tour of what's new in Spring 2.0. Spring 1.x users who are looking to upgrade to Spring 2.0 will love this session. If you're not using Spring already, this talk will give a great overview of the things you're missing out by not using Spring 2.0. [...]



Greater Atlanta Software Symposium - Oct. 05 - 07, 2007

Thu, 09 Aug 2007 09:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Greater Atlanta Software Symposium, Oct. 05 - 07, 2007.

Catch these Featured Sessions
(image) Behavior-driven development, or BDD, has attracted a lot of attention a la RSpec in the Ruby community, but BDD's roots stem from JBehave, a Java based framework. In this session, we'll look at what BDD is and how it shifts the traditional testing vocabulary from being test-based to behavior-based.
JavaScript for Ajax Programmers
by Stuart Halloway
(image) This presentation covers JavaScript from the perspective of an Ajax programmer. We assume that you may be using an Ajax toolkit, but still need to be able to read, modify, and test the JavaScript code in your application. You will learn the common idioms of JavaScript by looking at working code from the Ajax toolkits themselves.
(image) With the emergence of AJAX as a preferred way of building web user interfaces, JavaServer Faces (JSF) has proved itself to be a natural fit for integrating AJAX with Java sever-side logic.