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Java EE 6 Training with Antonio Goncalves in Munich

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Munich, Germany

I'm happy to announce the training dates for our Java EE Training with Java Champion Antonio Goncalves:

  • 23. - 25. May 2012
  • 7. - 9. November 2012   

 About the course:

 This 3 days training aims to demystify the new Java EE platform. It combines presentations and hands-on labs to develop a comprehensive application with emphasis
on good architecture. Patterns of yesterday becoming today's anti-pattern, the race of decoupling and over layering ... you will learn to use the technical blocks of Java EE 6 (JPA 2.0, EJB 3.1, JSF 2.0, Bean Validation 1.0, CDI 1.0 and JAX-RS 1.0) to best meet the needs of your users.

 Trainees will address the following questions:
• What's new in Java EE 6?
• How to quickly and simply develop an application ?
• Why and how to refactor your architecture to meet new needs?
• What architectures can be modeled with Java EE 6?

About Eppleton:

Eppleton IT Consulting is a privately held company in Munich, Germany. Eppleton brings the world's leading technology experts together with the people who work with the technology. Our trainers and consultants are enthusiastic specialists, who do not stubbornly work through syllabi, but answer questions with code.

We offer knowledge from developers for developers.

About Antonio Goncalves:

Member of Java Community Process on Java EE 6 and Java EE 7, Antonio is primarily a hands on man (who advises his customers and develops their architectures).
Co-leader of the Paris Java User Group, co-creator of Devoxx France, animator of the French Java podcast Les CastCodeurs and Java Champions, he will share his experience
and passion for architectures.
Antonio is the author of the Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 books.


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