Wednesday, January 4, 2006

January 2006 Meeting - Practical SOA using JINI and Javaspaces

For many, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) denotes web services. However, the practice of decomposing business functionalities into re-usable and callable components goes far beyond web-based services.

In January's presentation, speaker Dave Zaffery discusses how to create an SOA using JINI technology (http://www.jini.org/). The presentation is designed to gain some understanding of what JINI is and how developers can use it to compliment their current architecture.

The SOA buzzword becomes a reality through JINI technologies ability to create and deploy services that can adapt to its environment dynamically.

The services will use JavaSpaces to demostrate how they can communicate in a loosely coupled manner, and discuss the 'spaces other features.

About the Speaker
Dave has worked for over 20 years as a software developer/architect with a focus on the server side programming domain. He is currently working as a contractor for the Veterans Administration modernization project. In his past, he has worked for NASA on the Space Shuttle, an Emmy winning digital video company, and taught Java and J2EE courses for Sun around the country. His current interests are in developing highly scalable, maintainable distributed systems.

Meeting Detail
Speaker: Dave Zaffery
Date: 01/31/06
Networking: 6:30 pm
Presentation: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location:
GCA Technologies Solution
4919 Memorial Hwy. Suite 150
Tampa, FL 33634
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RSVP: send email to vvivien at yahoo dot com

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