Sunday, March 1st, 2009

The Most Popular Sessions at TheServerSide Java Symposium

Category: Conferences, Java’s Java Symposium kicks off in less than 2 weeks! Our sister site has put together an impressive lineup of speakers and over 45 tech sessions and case studies that you should know about, like Identifying Browser Problems in Ajax Apps, Meet-up for Selenium, soapUI, HtmlUnit and Other Test Tools and much more.

And if you haven’t heard, Ajaxian members save an extra $100 off the registration fee with the code AJAXIAN!

The full agenda is available online, but here’s a sneak peek of the 5 most popular sessions being presented at TSSJS:

1. Building Next-Generation Web Applications with the Spring 3.0 Web Stack with Jeremy Grelle, Senior Software Engineer with SpringSource

2. Spring for the Advanced Java Developer with Rod Johnson, Creator of Spring

3. Just Enough Early Architecture to Guide Development with Jon Kern, Co-author, The Agile Manifesto

4. Hibernate Search: Finding Data, You Deserve Better with Emmanuel Bernard, Lead Developer of Hibernate Search

5. Navigating the SOA Mine Field Optimized Application Architectures with Heath Kesler, an open source software evangelist

If you’d like to attend simply register with the code AJAXIAN to take $100 off the registration fee.

Posted by tberardi at 8:10 pm
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I’m hosting a couple of meet-ups at the Symposium that will focus on testing and monitoring Ajax applications.

Meet-Up for Selenium, soapUI, HtmlUnit and Other Test Tools

This is based on PushToTest’s work to deliver a Java framework that uses the Selenium language and runs tests using HTMLUnit. It’s one of the hidden gems in TestMaker.



Comment by fcohen — March 2, 2009

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