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11 Sessions from GlassFish Virtual Conference Now Available on GF Podcast Blog

Posted by editor on March 29, 2010 at 10:27 AM PDT

Episodes 45 through 55 on the GlassFish Podcast Blog present content from December's Java EE 6 and GlassFish v3 Virtual Conference. Last week, I listened to and wrote about Linda DeMichiel's presentation on Java Persistence 2.0 (Episode 51 in the GF Podcast Blog). Clearly, there's still a lot more listening and writing for me to do!

When you download the GlassFish Virtual Conference slides (Sun Online Account registration required), you get a zip file that includes 16 PDFs of presentations that were part of the virtual conference. Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine is packaging each presentation with the MP3 audio from the conference, and wrapping it with a nice audio (and musical) introduction and closing, to form the entry on the GlassFish Podcast blog. Each episode includes a link to the supporting slides download, and links to additional reference materials related to the topic of that particular episode. It's really a very nice re-presentation of the content from the virtual conference.

Here's a brief rundown of what's in the presentation download and the corresponding GlassFish Podcast episode:

Virtual Conference Title Authors GF Podcast Episode
Welcome to Java Enterprise Edition 6 The Foundation of Your Enterprise Tom Kincaid, Anil Gaur, Bill Shannon, Kevin Schmidt, Eduardo Pelegri Llopart #045
Java EE 6 Overview Roberto Chinnici #046
GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 - Java EE 6 and Beyond Anil Gaur, Abhijit Kumar, Jerome Dochez #050
Enterprise JavaBeans EJB 3.1 Technology Kenneth Saks #047
JAX-RS and Jersey Paul Sandoz #048
Java Servlet 3.0 Rajiv Mordani #049
Java Persistence 2.0 Linda DeMichiel #051
JavaServer Faces 2.0 Overview Roger Kitain #052
Metro 2.0 - the advanced SOAP web services stack in GlassFish Harold Carr #053
Context and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI) Roberto Chinnici #054
OSGi in GlassFish v3 Jerome Dochez #055
Dynamic Languages with GlassFish v3 Vivek Pandey  
Java EE 6 Tooling Ludovic Champenois  
Grizzly, Comet Oleksiy Stashok  
Management and Monitoring in GlassFish v3 Anissa Lam, Sreenivas Munnangi, Prashanth Abbagani  
Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6 JSR 322 Sivakumar Thyagarajan  

Not that I want to put pressure on Alexis -- but, at the rate he's been posting new virtual conference episodes, we'll probably see all of the remaining virtual conferences transformed into GlassFish Podcast episodes by the end of next week.


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Comments

Peligri -> Pelegri :-)

Not a biggie, but you consistently misspell my name.  It's "Pelegri" :-).

I'll answer to any variations of the name, including Pelegri, Pelegrí, Pelegri-Llopart,  Pelegrí i Llopart, Eduard, Eduardo, Eduard/o,... even Roberto :-)

ouch! Noted

ouch! Noted. sorry about that!

Thanks for the plug Kevin.

Thanks for the plug Kevin. You've asked for it, so it will be! :)
One episode every other day (I've actually done my part of the work a while back with Roller/blogs.sun.com doing the remaining job)