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10 Things for Spring (Framework) Cleaning


Event
When 2008-05-13 | 18:30:00  
Event Title 10 Things for Spring (Framework) Cleaning
Presenter Todd Kaufman
Where OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
 
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Abstract

No single technology or framework has changed the landscape of Java development as the Spring Framework has over the last 4 years. The days of complex, time consuming, and untestable APIs and specifications are now a distant memory. They have since been replaced with Spring enabled applications that are simple enough to develop for the majority of cases, yet flexible and powerful enough to tackle the difficult fringe scenarios.

This talk aims to give the every day Java developer a few more tools to add to their Spring enabled toolbelt. It will cover some obscure features of Spring that you’ve been largely unaware of like the JAMon performance monitoring, and dynamic language support. Additionally, it will cover some of the powerful facilities provided by Spring that have not been widely adopted like Spring Security for data masking, Caching support with pluggable cache providers, and scheduling support with Quartz.

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Bio

Todd Kaufman is a developer, architect, manager, and cheerleader of IT projects large and small. He has 10 years of experience in development with the last 8 focusing on Java in the Enterprise. Todd has been an advocate of the Spring framework for the last 3 years and is continually amazed at the simplicity that it brings to Java development. Todd is currently working as the manager of Java and Dynamic Language studios at Quick Solutions Inc., a leading IT Staffing and Solutions Company in Central Ohio.

 
Location
Venue OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Homepage http://www.oclc.org  
Street address 6565 Kilgour Place Dublin OH 43017-3395
 
 


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