JavaOne sessions on Java EE 5 puzzlers and Google Checkout
JavaOne 2007 is right around the corner, and I am participating in two sessions there. The first one is based on my work at my previous employer, Sun Microsystems. This session will present tips and tricks on using Java EE 5, and is patterned after the popular Java Puzzler sessions by Josh Bloch.
My other session is related to using Google Checkout API in Java applications. In this session, we will describe how Java developers can use this API to enable payments for selling products on their websites. The integration can be as simple as an HTML FORM post, or a heavy duty one for integration with order processing systems using a REST based API. We will also demonstrate how the popular Web 2.0 Pet Store application can be modified to use Google Checkout.
When neither presenting or attending other sessions, I will be handing out goodies at the Google booth in the pavillion! So if you are coming to the conference and would like to meet up, drop by the booth or at either of the sessions. If there are any specific topics you would like us to cover in the sessions, you are welcome to share them as comments to this blog. Thanks for reading.