Do you want to learn about the open standards defined by the Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) that shape the core of SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (CE)? Are you considering to start enterprise applications development in Java? Or have you already done this with previous versions of J2EE and now would like to see what the latest release of the platform — Java EE 5 — has to offer to you? Well, then this lecture is the perfect match for you.
We’ll start with what Java EE is all about and introducing the basic concepts of the Java EE programming model. You will hear about the various simplification approaches embraced by the platform and how they ease development and boost productivity. The session also goes through the major technology updates in the different areas of the stack. You’ll get to understand how easy it is now to write business logic components with EJB 3.0, feel the power of annotations and dependency injection, get familiar with the key features of the new Java Persistence API as well as the integrated Web services stack and learn about standardized UI architectures with JavaServer Faces.
After attending the session you will be able to realize the benefits of building enterprise applications leveraging the Java EE standards. You will also have the knowledge and guidelines necessary to start developing your own Java EE 5 applications.
Finally, it’s a more technical lecture and, as the title suggests, should be beneficial for people in more technical roles like software developers and architects. If you fall into one of those categories, you might probably be interested in other sessions like this – SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment at TechEd: Which Sessions Should I Attend? a nice selection out of the whole Composition track.
Check it out, and see you at TechEd!