GlassFish Workshop at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee - Mar 20, 2009
If you are in the neighborhood of University
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee then you have an opportunity to get a
jump start in GlassFish.
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Peter Williams and I will be there on Mar 20 and cover the following
- GlassFish Overview
- Getting Started with GlassFish (Installation,
Administration, NetBeans and Eclipse integration)
- Web Services: SOAP and REST
- High Availability, Clustering, and Load Balancing
- Dynamic Languages and Web Frameworks
- Possibly some more
Each session will be accompanied by a hands-on lab session sharing the
tips and tricks to successfully deploy your web applications on
Lubar School of Business, Lubar Hall, Room N146
More details and register href="http://www.cti.sba.uwm.edu/WorkshopDetail.aspx?Event=69">here!
Seating is limited so get your slot today :)