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Encontro técnico 2016 Tomitribe


O próximo encontro do SouJava que acontecerá neste mês de março, será na viva real com a participação internacional do David Blevins da tomitribe.

  • Data: 29 de março, terça-feira
  • Local: Viva Real
  • Horário: 19:00
  • Endereço: Rua Bela Cintra, 539 – Consolação, São Paulo (mapa)
    1° Andar
    Obs.: Próximo da estação de metrô Consolação (Linha Verde) e Paulista (Linha Amarela).
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Título: Apache TomEE from Dev to Ops

Descrição: Apache TomEE is the Java EE distribution of Apache Tomcat. This session goes beyond the basics and explores some fun features both TomEE-specific and JavaEE-portable for supercharging your application development, runtime and maintenance. Have a huge pile of DAOs? Use TomEE’s abstract bean concept. Need to configure your application for many different environments? CDI and portable-extensions to the rescue. Want to create secured microservice distributions without any fuss? Nothing beats theTomEE Maven Plugin. Looking for a way to get detailed stats from your code? Hello annotation-driven monitoring support. Ever wish you could make your own management API? Check out the portable SSH Connector.
The perfect session for any TomEE or Java EE enthusiast looking for cool toys for both
developer and operations bliss.

Palestrante: David Blevins
Mini-bio: David has cofounded OpenEJB (1999), Geronimo (2003), and TomEE (2011). He is a member of the EJB 3.0, EJB 3.1, EJB 3.2, Java EE 6, Java EE 7, Java EE 8 Expert Groups and a member of the Apache Software Foundation. He is CEO and founder of Tomitribe and a veteran of open source Java EE and has been both implementing and defining Java EE specifications for more than 10 years with a strong drive to see Java EE simple, testable, and as light as Java SE. A contributing author to ‘Component-Based Software Engineering: Putting the Pieces Together’ (Addison Wesley), Blevins is a regular speaker at JavaOne, Devoxx, ApacheCon, OSCon, JAX and other Java-focused conferences.