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JBUG UK Meeting: JBoss Seam

06.02.2008
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During the next JBoss User Group UK meeting, on 7th of July 2008, Pete Muir (RedHat) will introduce Seam 2 and its contextual programming model.

To answer frequent requests, the agenda of the next UK JBoss User Group (JBUG UK) meeting will focus on JBoss Seam. Business System Group (BSG), JBoss, and partners, have prepared a set of presentations to demonstrate framework's various aspects.

  • Keynote speech delivered by Pete Muir (RedHat) will introduce Seam 2 and it's contextual programming model. As the person directly responsible for extending Seam beyond JSF, Pete is going to discuss alternative presentation techniques with Apache Wicket and GWT. Last part of the speech will briefly introduce JSR 299 (Web Beans).

  • The second talk by Neil Moorcroft will focus on practical demostration of how Seam has been used to develop NetDev application.

  • To improve user experience, RedHat Developer studio offers excellent integraton with Seam and Chris Harris will present it's features.

  • The last presentation is going to be my humble speech about customization of Seam framework to suit different purposes.

JBUG UK

You can register, find more details, venue location and complete agenda at http://www.jbug.co.uk/

The JBUG UK is a regular gathering of JBoss Professional and other Open Source product users, and provides a forum that enables users and customers to get together and discuss new technologies, development methodologies, interesting use cases and similar technical topics. At each meeting, different speakers will present on topics that can be suggested by the group.

 

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