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Apache TomEE at JAX London 2011, Autumn
Our own Jonathan Gallimore presented "Apache TomEE – Java EE Web Profile on Tomcat" at JAX London this last week. It was a 50 minute presentation with a mix of slides and demos, met by a very enthusiastic band of Tomcat lovers.
Slides can be found here. Also, check out some photos of Jon in action! You'd probably never guess it's only his second time presenting and first time presenting solo! He makes us quite proud, indeed.
We'd like to give a special thanks to JAX London for their wonderful support of Apache TomEE. TomEE debuted at JAX London Spring 2011. At that point we had just started to heavily peruse certification. We were honored to be able to come back to our friends at JAX London in the fall and say, "we made it!"
Hats off to JAX for being the kind of conference that seeks out and supports growing projects like Apache TomEE. Aside from ApacheCon, JAX is Apache TomEE's second home.
Apache OpenEJB and Apache TomEE at JAX London 2011
- Fun with EJB 3.1 and OpenEJB Tuesday, April 12th
- Apache TomEE: Tomcat with a Kick Wednesday, April 13th
Both sessions will be demo heavy and hands on. See some of the neat innovations happening in the OpenEJB 4.0 codebase such as meta annotations. Get an demo and introduction to the new Apache TomEE platform a Tomcat-focused Java EE 6 Web Profile implementation assembled in minimalist fashion from all-Apache projects. And of course, a good chance to talk with the developers and ask all the questions you want!
You won't want to miss it!