For an inside scoop on the Java EE 5 platform and EJB 3.0 technology, check out the two-day expert-to-engineer seminar in early June, complete with demos and Q&As.
At a JavaOne industry panel yesterday, representatives from IBM, Sonic Software, Sun, JBoss, IONA, and LogicBlaze discussed the topic, "What Is Happening With SOA in Open Source?". Here are a few salient points from that session:
This morning, on this first day of JavaOne in sunny San Francisco, I attended the technical session, "JMX [Java Management Extensions] Technology Today and Tomorrow." JMX provides the APIs for building distributed software for managing and monitoring applications and networks.
The session, held by Jean-Francois Denise and Eamonn McManus at Sun, started with a demo on jconsol
Published last week on developers.sun.com is a technical article, Using PHP on Sun Java System Web Server.
Hot off the press on blueprints.dev.java.net are two examples for orchestrating Web services with the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). They illustrate how to implement synchronous or asynchronous Web-service interactions, complete with design details.
Be sure to check them out!
Yesterday, Sun shipped NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Early Access on netbeans.org, an update of the previous two preview releases. The capabilities include UML modeling and SOA visual design tools that support XML schemas and BPEL.
A recent blog on ZDNet by Eric Norlin lists the top 10 most important people in the identity arena today.
If you know of folks who would like to learn the fundamentals of Java programming, please point them to a free, 10-week online bootcamp that will start on May 25.
The upcoming Java University Program, to be held in San Francisco on Monday, May 15, the day before JavaOne, has attracted over 530 enrollments so far.