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From "Vincent Massol" <vmas...@octo.com>
Subject FW: AspectJ for Cactus and Workshop
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2002 08:11:55 GMT
FYI. Ron asked me to post this as he thought some of you might be
interested by the AspectJ training workshop.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bodkin, Ron <rbodkin@parc.xerox.com>
> Sent: 08 January 2002 00:23
> To: 'Vincent Massol'
> Subject: AspectJ for Cactus and Workshop
> Hi Vince,
> I know you've investigated AspectJ and was interested in your approach
> using it as described in the proposal for Cactus v2.  I am curious how
> your prototyping is working out?
> I also think AspectJ can help a lot with unit testing, so I was
> when you posted that you were investigating it. I am interested in
> approach of using aspects to dynamically define testing checkpoints. I
> also think AspectJ can help by better integrating within containers,
> supporting "white box" testing that inspects internal information, and
> easily capturing and inserting test results during a test.
> It occurred to me that some of the Cactus developers might be
> in attending the AspectJ training and discussion we're having here at
> Xerox PARC on Friday. If it's appropriate, it would be great if you
> forward the attached information to them and any others you know who
> want to attend.
> Thanks,
> Ron
> AspectJ training, January 11th, 2002, at Xerox PARC
> Please join us for a one-day workshop on AspectJ 1.0.
> (http://aspectj.org)
> The workshop will be held at Xerox PARC (see
> http://www.parc.xerox.com/location.html for directions) from 9am to
4pm on
> Friday January 11, 2002.  A box lunch will be provided.  The cost for
> workshop is $100. The registration deadline is January 4th, 2002.
> The main goal of the day is for attendees to learn about AspectJ,
> including:
>    what it is
>    how to use it
>    what kinds of problems it can solve
>    what our future development plans are
> We have designed the program so that both experienced and new AspectJ
> users will get a lot out of it.
>   Morning
>   Presentation of the AspectJ tutorial.  This will cover the core
>   AspectJ language mechanisms, how they work, and show examples of
>   use.  This will include a demo of how the supporting tools make it
>   possible to easily understand the structure of aspects as you
>   develop code.
>   Afternoon
>   Interactive teaching and discussion of applying AspectJ to new
>   problems.  This will begin with examples such as profiling, roles
>   and views, and context-passing.  This will also include a discussion
>   of issues such as adoption strategy, tool support, and skill
>   development.
> The day will also include time to discuss the future of AspectJ, what
> services and tools you would like to see us offer, applying AspectJ to
> larger problem areas as well as any other topics important to you.
> you register, put a note in the registration form
> (http://aspectj.org/events) if there is a specific topic you would
like to
> see discussed.
> At the end of the day all the AspectJ team members will be available
> open-ended discussions with anyone who wants to stay.
> For more information and to register, see
>   http://aspectj.org/events
> If you have any questions, please contact us at
>    support@aspectj.org.
> Thank you -
> The AspectJ team
> P.S. It will help us plan the day better if you can register early.
> even if you register late, we hope to see you there!
> Ron Bodkin
> Application Architecture Lead
> AspectJ Team
> Xerox PARC
> (w) 650 812 4485
> (c) 415 509 2895

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