JCertif 2011 - OSGi-enabled Java EE Apps in GlassFish and Closing!

Read trip reports from Day 1 and 2.

Even though the conference originally had OSGi-enabled Java EE hands-on lab planned but we decided to change that to a technical session instead because of the limited Internet connectivity and audience awareness of Java. Here are the slides presented:

If you are interested in the intended hands-on lab then look at screencast #38 (using Eclipse) or screencast #32 (using NetBeans) that provide complete detailed instructions on how to create OSGi-enabled Java EE Apps and deploy them in GlassFish.

Do you know that GlassFish 3.1.1 now offer commercial support for OSGi/Java EE applications ?

I also attended a great talk by Michael Heinrichs on the Java FX 2.0 features (the only other talk at the conference in English :). Read more about the JavaFX roadmap or get started with this beginner article.

The evening was mostly the closing note and give away of goodies which is always an exciting time.

Here are some pictures from the trip so far:

And finally the evolving album at:

Max tells me that there is a TV interview and some fun activity scheduled for tomorrow and then finally heading back home!

Comments:

cool OSGi preso, and a great locale for a Java seminar, good job with that,

Posted by guest on September 04, 2011 at 12:38 PM PDT #

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