Monday, March 14, 2011

March 2011 Meeting - A Look at Spring 3 Features and Enhancements


As you may know, the Spring Framework has become the de facto lightweight enterprise stack alternative for Java (and even .Net) developers.  Spring has either complemented or outright replaced some of the more complex aspects of Java enterprise development by providing a simpler API to get things done.  If you are a Spring user (or interested in getting started with the open source platform), you owe it to yourself to take a look a the features introduced in the latest release of 3.0.  For the March 2011 meeting, the Tampa Java User Group will explore some of the more popular enterprise development features of Spring 3.


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Spring 3 Features and Enhancements




In this presentation we will take a look at some of the significant features and enhancements of Spring 3. We'll discuss:



  • SpEL (Spring Expression Language)

  • MVC/REST support,

  • Type conversion

  • JEE 6 support including Bean Validation

  • Concurrency support.



We will also walk through some simple and practical code examples that demonstrate these features that help continue reducing the complexity of enterprise Java.




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Speaker: RJ Salicco



Date: Tuesday, 03/29/2011
Networking: 6:30 pm
Presentation: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm





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If you have not attended in a while, note that the location for our meeting has changed as our sponsor as changed headquarter.  See the Location Info below for detail on the new Rocky Point location. Doors lock early, please arrive on time.




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