EE6 Programming: Immediate Productivity

Java EE6 focused on developer productivity and includes numerous enhancements that are true game-changers. See what#39;s new.


In this session Pete and Dan will walk you through the key improvements, including those to EJB, Servlets, easy archive creation, Bean Validation (based on Hibernate Validator), JPA 2.0 criteria queries (thank you Hibernate) and the standardization of dependency injection (JSR 299 CDI).  Through the use of a publicly available sample application, Pete and Dan will show you exactly how you can use these new features and hope to have a major impact on your daily life as an enterprise developer.


Date: June 30, 2011

  • Available on-demand
Length: 1:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical


Pete Muir Developer, Red Hat
Dan Allen Software Engineer, Red Hat

About Pete Muir: Pete Muir leads development of the CDI 1.1 specification, and works on Infinispan, an open source data grid written in Java. Previously, Pete led the Seam and Weld projects, and is a founder of the Arquillian project. Pete has worked on a number of specifications including JSF 2.0, AtInject and CDI. He is a regular speaker at JUGs and conferences such as Devoxx (Javapolis), JAX, JavaBlend, JSFDays and JBoss World. Pete is currently employed by Red Hat Inc. working on JBoss open source projects. Before working for Red Hat, Pete used and contributed to Seam whilst working at a UK based staffing agency as IT Development Manager.
About Dan Allen: Dan Allen, senior software engineer at Red Hat, is a member of the Seam and Weld project teams at Red Hat, the author of Seam in Action, a representative on the JSR-314 (JSF 2.0) expert group, and a frequent speaker at major industry conferences, including JavaOne, Devoxx, TSSJS, Jazoon, and NFJS. In 2009, Dan was awarded the JavaOne Rock Star award. Dan become deeply involved in free and open source software (FOSS), namely Linux and Java enterprise frameworks, shortly after graduating from Cornell University. His passion for these technologies continue to drive him today. You can keep up with his discoveries by subscribing to his blogs, and, and by following him on Twitter,

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