Java Knowledge areas

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The lastest session of the KC Web and Java focussed on what we call knowledge areas. Everybody got about ten minutes to present his/her subject and to share his/her knowledge on the subject with the rest. Off course, this turned out to be absolutely not enough (but probably 20 minutes would also not have been enough). The idea is that we divide our attention on important subjects and that together we are capable to cover a much more subjects. This first evening demonstrated that this is indeed a viable concept and I am looking forward to the next session.

Presentations:
Webservices and Axis
JDBC 4.0
JMS
OR mapping frameworks
Java scripting and Groovy
Java Security
The Spring framework
The template design pattern

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Aino Andriessen is a consultant on Enterprise Java, ADF, PL/SQL, XML, and SOA development and is Expertise Lead on Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). He has a strong interest in ADF, SOA, Maven, architecture, quality management, delivery and application lifecycle management. Aino publishes on the AMIS technology blog and has been a presenter at the ODTUG Kaleidoscope, Oracle Open World and UKOUG TechEbs.

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