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Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium - Aug. 10 - 12, 2007



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Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium - Aug. 10 - 12, 2007

Mon, 11 Jun 2007 15:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium, Aug. 10 - 12, 2007.

Catch these Featured Sessions
(image) I'm attracted to Groovy because of its spirit of inclusiveness. Because it extends my platform of choice, not replaces it -- include a single JAR in your classpath and you are Groovy-enabled. Because it offers full bidirectional integration with Java. Because it offers a nearly flat learning curve for experienced Java developers. Come see how you can use Groovy to augment your existing Java codebase.
Getting Started with Grails
by Jason Rudolph
(image) 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.
(image) Internationalization and Localization in Java is easy, right? Everyone knows you just store your strings in some resource bundles, set the locale, wave your hands a little bit, and your application is good-to-go. Right? Maybe not... Java provides some great utilities to get started, but leaves you needing more when it comes to things like screen layout, cultural sensitivities, semantic differences in translation, use of color and iconography, and other issues.



Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium - Aug. 10 - 12, 2007

Thu, 24 May 2007 09:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Atlantic Northeast Software Symposium, Aug. 10 - 12, 2007.

Catch these Featured Sessions
Getting Started with Grails
by Jason Rudolph
(image) 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.
Ajax Design and Architecture
by Glenn Vanderburg
(image) Ajax applications have unique design and architectural challenges and opportunities. This presentation will show you how to take advantage of the Ajax's strengths, and work around its quirks.
Give it a REST
by Brian Sletten
(image) As developers, we sometimes get to make choices about the technologies we use, sometimes not. We base these decisions on personal experiences, recommendations from others and a general sense of where the industry is going. Web Services have been all the rage for several years now. We have been told time and again that we should be building systems around them; as an industry, we've never been more confused. Perhaps it is time to Give it a REST.