CDI and Enterprise Security - Houston, TX @ 01/25/2012
Wednesday January 25th, 2012
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Context and Dependency Injection
Presented by Sang Shin
Among the many new features and improvements introduced in Java EE 6, Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) introduces the most fundamental change, thus will have a far-reaching impact to the way we build Java EE based enterprise applications moving forward. In short, it provides a unifying Dependency Injection and contextual life-cycle model. In this presentation, we are going to go over both basic and advanced features of CDI. Each feature will be explained and demonstrated.
Attendees are also encouraged to bring their own laptops to experiment. The Maven-based sample applications are provided on the website below so that attendees can do the experimentation together with the speaker. Also limited number of memory cards that contain the sample apps are going to be provided on the spot.
Every attendee who fills out the feedback form during / after the event will receive a JRebel or LiveRebel license.
Establishing Enterprise Security and Risk Management Program in an Agile Software Development Organization
Presented by Srini Penchikala
Covers the details of a security program we established to build security risk aspects into all phases of Product Development Lifecycle process. As part of this new program, we defined an agile, iterative, and repeatable security architecture process that includes the touch-points with development process at all levels of the agile projects (Feature, Sprint, Release, Project and Product levels).
- How the Enterprise Security and Risk Management Program works and its touch-points with other processes in the organization
- Several Process Flow Diagrams to help learn and use the product risk management program elements and Process Activity details with Goals, Inputs, Outputs, Stakeholders etc
- Templates for assessing Product Risk Profile, Security Risk Assessment, Security Review and Sign-off
Speakers: Sang Shin and Srini Penchikala
has been working with Java technologies since the year 2000, having spent over 10 years as the Lead Java Technology Architect and Evangelist at Sun Microsystems.
Since early 2011, Sang has been the primary JRebel Evangelist for ZeroTurnaround, visiting JUGs, exhibiting with the company at events, and even getting a little involved with LiveRebel. In his "free" time, Sang operates and provides instruction on JPassion.com (formerly Javapassion.com), a popular learning site that he founded for Java/Spring/Ruby/MySQL/Android developers.
Sang frequently gives talks at various conferences around the world such as JavaOne & Devoxx on various Java technologies such as Java EE, Java SE, Web application frameworks, Web services and SOA technologies.
Srini Penchikala currently works as a Security Architect at a major financial services organization in Austin area. He has over 16 years of experience in software design and development and has been working on Java applications since 1996. He also works as an editor for InfoQ.com website.
RSVP by going to http://hjug01252012.eventbrite.com/ We will need an accurate head count in order to know how much pizza to order.
Meeting Location: PROS Pricing
3100 Main Map
Houston, TX 77002
Park across the street in the parking garage on Elgin on the 3rd or 4th floor in the Visitor designated spots. Walk across the skybridge on the 3rd floor and take the elevators on the right side of the elevator lobby to the 10th floor.