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Southern Ohio Software Symposium - Aug. 17 - 19, 2007



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Southern Ohio Software Symposium - Aug. 17 - 19, 2007

Thu, 14 Jun 2007 09:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Southern Ohio Software Symposium, Aug. 17 - 19, 2007.

Catch these Featured Sessions
(image) Hibernate is rapidly becoming the tool of choice when it comes to Object-Relational Mapping in Java. For simple applications with fairly simple object models and database schemas, using Hibernate is fairly straight forward. Unfortunately for most of us real applications have complex object-models that need to be wired to sometimes ancient and convoluted database schemas.
(image) A wise man once said, "XML is like lye. It is very useful, but humans shouldn't touch it." If you've had to incorporate XML into your project by hand, you have probably been burned by getting too close. NetKernel turns this wisdom on its head and encourages you to use XML like the liquid data stream you want it to be. Imagine the simplicity of REST married to the power of Unix pipes. Come see how this open source / commercial product built on a compelling modern architecture can be used to create, manipulate and transform XML.
(image) In this session, see how you can get Ruby On Rails-like productivity on the Java side of the house with this compelling combination of technologies.



Southern Ohio Software Symposium - Aug. 17 - 19, 2007

Wed, 30 May 2007 15:00:00 CDT

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Southern Ohio Software Symposium, Aug. 17 - 19, 2007.

Catch these Featured Sessions
(image) Hibernate is rapidly becoming the tool of choice when it comes to Object-Relational Mapping in Java. For simple applications with fairly simple object models and database schemas, using Hibernate is fairly straight forward. Unfortunately for most of us real applications have complex object-models that need to be wired to sometimes ancient and convoluted database schemas.
(image) A wise man once said, "XML is like lye. It is very useful, but humans shouldn't touch it." If you've had to incorporate XML into your project by hand, you have probably been burned by getting too close. NetKernel turns this wisdom on its head and encourages you to use XML like the liquid data stream you want it to be. Imagine the simplicity of REST married to the power of Unix pipes. Come see how this open source / commercial product built on a compelling modern architecture can be used to create, manipulate and transform XML.
(image) In this session, see how you can get Ruby On Rails-like productivity on the Java side of the house with this compelling combination of technologies.