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From "Shiva Kumar H R" <shiv...@gmail.com>
Subject Come to ApacheCon and learn about Java EE 5 development on Geronimo 2.0!
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 16:17:29 GMT
1) Who am I?
An Apache Geronimo Committer and a Java developer at IBM India Software
Labs, Bangalore.
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2) What's my training about?
It's about developing Java EE 5.0 applications on Apache Geronimo v2.0 and
exploring how that is greatly simplified by using Eclipse IDE & WTP (Web
Tools Platform).
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3) Who should consider this training?
Someone looking for a quick jump-start! into:
a) Java EE 5 App Development.
b) Exploring Apache Geronimo v2.0 - the latest open source Java Enterprise
Edition 5.0 application server from Apache Software Foundation.
c) Exploring how Eclipse IDE & its Web Tools Platform (WTP 2.0) greatly
simplify Java enterprise application development.
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4) What will attendees learn?
Attendees will learn how to develop, deploy, test and debug Java EE
5.0applications on Apache Geronimo using Eclipse and WTP (Web Tools
Platform).

They will have hands-on lab exercises on (and hence be masterful at):
a) Setting up the Eclipse IDE for Java EE 5.0 App Development on Geronimo
v2.0, including starting/stopping of Geronimo server from within Eclipse.
b) Developing a simple Java EE 5.0 application from scratch (consisting of a
few JSPs, Servlets, Session Beans and JPA Entity Beans), and deploying and
testing it on the Geronimo server.
c) Adding MDBs and WebServices into the above application using Eclipse WTP
v2.0 tools. d) Debugging Java EE applications using Eclipse.

Attendees will also compare their newly developed Java EE 5.0 application
with an equivalent J2EE application, and left appreciative of some of the
newest features brought by Java EE 5 (like Annotations) that greatly
simplify enterprise application development.
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Link to training ->
http://us.apachecon.com/us2007/program/talk/2003

- Shiva

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