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Java University Course Highlights

Posted by marinasum on April 4, 2007 at 8:41 AM PDT

Java University, which will begin on Monday, May 7, 2007 as part of 2007 JavaOne, will be available to Conference Plus Pass and Java University Pass holders. Thanks to Joe Boulenouar, Java technical specialist at Sun, here are a few course highlights:Using Java EE 5 and SOA to Architect and Design Robust Enterprise Applications

Learn how to do the following:

  • Structure applications to head off the rogue side effects that impact quality of service, such as performance, reliability, availability, and security.
  • Adopt SOA capabilities to efficiently respond to changing market conditions in a cost-effective manner.
  • Design robust enterprise applications.

Get eBusiness Solutions: Designing and Implementing Secure Java Web Services

Learn how to build a seamless, transparent process for securing Web services in B2B applications—one that's independent of operating systems and other platforms. The services communicate through XML documents with the Java API for XML-based Web services (JAX-WS).

Managing Complex Web Applications: Should I Use Apache Struts Framework, JavaServer Faces Technology, Or Both?

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 and the Swing-inspired JavaServer Faces Framework. The result: secure, smooth, and intuitive operations.

Developing Portable Java EE Applications With the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 Component API

Learn how to build business logic that can be invoked synchronously or asynchronously with an application server that complies with the Java EE platform. The related technology is the EJB 3.0 framework. You also learn how to assemble and deploy portable business applications that are based on Java EE technology.

Developing Java Technology Applications with the Java Persistence API

Learn how to develop and deploy data-driven applications on the Java EE and Java SE platforms with the new, robust Java Persistence API. Specifically, this course shows you how to build model database entities as Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and how to develop enterprise applications through an integration of the API with the EJB 3.0 component services.

Learning How Java ME Development Works Best for Mobile Devices

Besides introducing the Java Platform, Micro Edition and midlets, this course showcases how to build Java ME platform-based applications with the NetBeans Mobility Pack IDE.

Web 2.0: Leveraging the Project jMaki and Google Web Toolkits for Rapid Web Site Development

Learn how to create JavaScript-based and Ajax-enabled Web 2.0 applications with the lightweight Project jMaki framework. In particular, this course explains how jMaki interacts with the Ajax component libraries, such as the Dojo Toolkit, to ease the development process. This course also shows you how to use the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) development framework, another effective tool for creating Ajax applications.

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