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Valuable Training Not To be Missed: Java University Program

Posted by marinasum on April 18, 2006 at 9:52 AM PDT

The Java University Program, which will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 15, the day before 2006 JavaOne, is a training opportunity well worth recommending. Earlier, I talked with Joe Boulenouar and Stacy Thurston, two articulate, seasoned instructors who graciously gave me a synopsis of the five courses. Thanks, too, to Rick Evans, a course developer at Sun, for his invaluable input.

  • Implementing Business Logic Using Enterprise JavaBeans Architecture for the Java EE Platform — Learn how to build business logic that can be invoked synchronously or asynchronously with an application server that complies with the Java EE platform and the most efficient components. Also covered are procedures for assembling and deploying applications that are based on Java EE technology.
  • How Java EE Patterns Help in Architecting and Designing Robust Java EE Applications — In other words, how to structure applications to head off the rogue side effects that impact quality of service, such as performance, reliability, availability, and security? The best practices and patterns addressed in this course give you the answer.
  • Using JAX-RPC to Enable Java EE Platform Applications to Interoperate With Applications That Are Not Java Technology-Based in a Secure Web Services Framework — The focus here is on B2B applications: Web services that communicate with each other through XML documents. The technology in question is Java API for XML-based Web services. The result: a seamless, transparent process, independent of operating systems and other platforms.
  • Exploring the Struts Framework and How it Supports Web Component Development — The focus here is on B2C applications in which consumers perform tasks online. The technologies in question are servlets and JavaServer Pages, components developed with the Struts MVC framework. The result: secure, smooth, and intuitive operations.

And don't forget the bonus, free course in the evening (6:00-9:00):

Exploring Ajax and JavaServer Faces Technology — The focus here is an introduction of Ajax techniques and the Swing-inspired JSF framework. The result: Ajax-enabled JSF components with which you can efficiently build Web applications in Sun Java Studio Creator 2.

Impressed? Do sign up!

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