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Max Poon

Being Principal Architect, and Software and Java Ambassador, Sun Microsystems Greater China Professional Services, Max works on various software development and Java consultancy engagements and speaks for Java developer events, especially on adoption of Java and SOA technologies, open-source frameworks, application monitoring and management using Java Management Extension (JMX).

Max is a Sun Certified Web Component Developer, Business Component Developer (Java EE 5), Java Web Services Developer, and J2EE Enterprise Architect. Max is also an IBM Certified Developer in OOAD/UML, and in XML and Related Technologies, and Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

 

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Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 4 - Switching from Hibernate JPA to TopLink Essentials

Posted by maxpoon on August 11, 2007 at 9:29 AM PDT

Background

It was shown in the previous article

Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 3 - Enabling JMX Monitoring on Hibernate v3 & Ehcache 1.3.0

Posted by maxpoon on June 27, 2007 at 11:21 AM PDT

Background

This is the continuation from the previous article "Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 2 - Enabling JMX Monitoring on Hibernate v3 and Ehcache 1.3, on HibernateTutorialApp" where we continue with (3) and (4) of the

Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 2 - Enabling JMX Monitoring on Hibernate v3 & Ehcache 1.3.0

Posted by maxpoon on June 27, 2007 at 9:12 AM PDT

Background

Apart from showing quite an example of easy enhancement of JSF-based web application as discussed earlier in "Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 1 - Co-ordinating Query Views Based on Parameter Passing from JSF View to Managed

"Introduction to the Spring Framework in NetBeans IDE" Tutorial by Troy Giunipero and Craig MacKay

Posted by maxpoon on June 15, 2007 at 11:32 PM PDT

If you are a Spring Framework developer, you will find the Spring Framework Module for NetBeans useful as it provides :

Extending the NetBeans Tutorial JSF-JPA-Hibernate Application, Part 1 - Co-ordinating JSF View Parameter Passing to Managed Bean

Posted by maxpoon on June 13, 2007 at 12:47 PM PDT

Background

The NetBeans tutorial "Using Hibernate With the Java Persistence API" nicely demonstrates, by using the NetBeans IDE, easy construction of :

JavaOne2007 Hands-On Lab 1420

Posted by maxpoon on May 19, 2007 at 12:09 AM PDT

My colleagues Paul Cheung, Luis-Miguel Alventosa and myself together developed, and presented for, this year's JavaOne Hands-On Lab (HOL) 1420 on "Non-instrusive Monitoring and Troubleshooting of Java Applications using Java Management Extension (JMX), JConsole and Aspect-Oriented Progra

JavaChina2005 and JavaCertDay2006

Posted by maxpoon on May 18, 2007 at 11:56 AM PDT

JavaChina2005 was a Java developer conference organised by Sun Microsystems in 9 major cities throughout China with total of more than 9,000 attendee registrations.

I am glad to one of JavaChina2005 technical session speakers on :

 

Max Poon's Blog ... on JavaEE Application Deployment, Monitoring and Management ...

Posted by maxpoon on May 18, 2007 at 11:46 AM PDT

Welcome to Max Poon's blog - on JavaEE application development, deployment, monitoring and management, and other topics. Hope you'll find items here informative and useful.