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Is it valid to compare .Net with J2EE? Are there many similarities? In what way are the platforms different? The .Net platform is in many aspects a copy of Java. It strikes you as a Java developer, how close C# - the major .Net language - is to Java. However, taking a closer look at the architectural foundation, reveals some major concepts where the platforms diverge. Johan delivers some of his findings from an intensive week of .Net studies at Software development Conference in Boston.
"Aspect-oriented programming with AspectJ"
What is aspect-oriented programming? What can it be used for? Are we who have learned OOP already obsolete? And what does it have to do with Java?
"J2EE Design in UML using RUP and Agile Software Development"
To make proper use of UML documenting the design is a challenge in many ways. In this talk we do a walkthrough of J2EE design using UML and a System Development Process based on RUP as well as Agile concepts. The Java Petstore Blueprints application is used to exemplify the concepts.
"News in J2EE v1.4"
J2EE version 1.4 is well on its way to be released. Some of the new features Magnus highlights is the support for Web Services, the new Management and Deployment API's, EJB 2.1 and JCA 1.5.
"System integration with Web Services and XML"
Web Services and XML are often described as the new Silver Bullet that will solve all problems related to systems integration between different platforms. In this talk, Peter goes beyond the visions and promises of the market guys and describes what Web Services and XML can bring in for integration between existing systems on different platforms (J2EE, .Net, ...), here and now. Using the "Papyrus e-service" as a concrete customer case study, Peter highlights both benefits and pitfalls.
"Unit Testing and Test Driven Design"
The need for automated testing often becomes acute in iterative projects with multiple, short delivery cycles. Unit Testing is a form of testing which is very well suited for automation, and can be written and executed in the early phases of a project (even before there is any production code to test). In this talk, Björn describes the principles, frameworks and best practices for Unit Testing and its (sometimes unexpected) impact on design.