Java EE, Web Beans and other JBoss-led standards

The second webinar in this six-part series on JBoss Application Platforms will focus on how you can leverage Web Beans and other related standard with JBoss Enterprise Middleware.

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JSR-299 is an elegant set of services for Java EE components that draws upon ideas from JBoss Seam and Google Guice. While many of the features provided by JSR-299 (dependency injection, contextual lifecycle, configuration, interception, event notification) are familiar, the innovative use of meta-annotations is uniquely expressive and typesafe. The use of these services significantly simplifies the task of creating Java EE applications by integrating the Java EE web tier with Java EE enterprise services. In particular, EJB components may be used as JSF managed beans, thus integrating the programming models of EJB and JSF.

The second of a six-part series, in this webinar you'll learn how you can leverage Web Beans and other related standard with JBoss Enterprise Middleware.
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Date: June 10, 2009

Time:
  • On-demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Jason Greene JBoss Core Developer & JBoss Application Server Project Lead, Red Hat

About Jason Greene: Jason currently leads the JBoss Application Server project, a popular open-source application development platform. He is also a member of the JCP, and represents Red Hat on the future Java EE6 and Contextual DI specifications. During his tenure at JBoss, he has worked in many areas including the application server, clustering, web services, AOP, and security. His interests include concurrency, distributed computing, hardware and programming language design.