Friday, June 1, 2007

It's Springtime in the Enterprise Web: Developing and Testing Enterprise Web-based Applications using the Spring IOC Container

In the next Tampa Java User Group meeting, speaker Doug Johnson will review the fundamentals of the Spring's implementation of a Model, View,and Controller for web application development. The presentation will focus on the following topics:
  • Overview and demonstrations of new Spring 2.0 features
  • Spring form tag library
  • Testing approaches for web-centric "Spring beans"
  • pros and cons of object mocking tools such as EasyMock
  • Techniques for segmenting concerns fortesting

About the Presenter

Doug Johnson has a growing wealth of experiences in the business software industry and general technology solutions. With a background of Business Project Management (BPM) software development, management, and hands-on customer consulting, he has lead teams at some of the largest financial, government, andretail Institutions in the world including Citibank, DISA (the Defense Information systems Organization), The Home Depot, and American Express to name a few. These projects—as is often is the case with BPM solutions across diverse industries—have spanned a diverse spectrum: statistical simulation and analysis for corporate restructure planning; enterprise SOA strategy and implementation in the form of process and application integration messaging solutions; and real-time highly intelligent applications for corporate mobility leveraging location-based services, embedded autonomous data solutions, and Web 2.0 mashups.

Recent endeavors have brought Mr. Johnson worldwide collaboration with colleagues at Appear Networks, leading provider of mobile context-aware mobility servicesbased in Stockholm , Sweden . Recent work has included real-time video analytics and security solutions, mobile fire-safety projects for the transportation sector, and architecture training for key telecommunications partners. Preceding these experiences, Doug managed territory sales at IBM's Managed Network Services. Doug's education includes an M.B.A in Marketing and Technology from the University of South Florida as well as a B.A. in Music Performance, having studied at the prestigious Tanglewood and Encore Music Festivals.

Meeting Details:
Speaker: Doug Johnson
Date:
05/31/2007 (Thursday)
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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If you plan to attend, send RSVP to vvivien at yahoo dot com.
NOTE: please note the day change, meeting will be on Thursday rather than Tuesday due to Memorial Day.
Arrive early, building's main door locks automatically at 7:00 pm.
There will be door prize give aways including a chance to win a personal license of IntelliJ IDEA.


Sponsors:

GCA Technologies

Sun Micro Systems