Posted by kito75
on July 28, 2008 at 7:18 PM PDT
JSFOne, the conference I'm hosting with NFJS, has just gotten bigger -- we added an entire new track full of quality nuggets of knowledge including portlets, security, Google API integration, and more.
JSFOne , the conference I'm hosting with NFJS , has just gotten bigger -- we added an entire new track full of quality nuggets of knowledge including portlets, security, Google API integration, and more.
That makes four tracks total : Intro, Seam and Spring, Ajax and Component development, plus Security and Integration. Of course every session doesn't fit exactly into these categories, but each track does have a general theme. Here are some great session choices:
- Apache MyFaces Planet - Cagatay Civici
- JavaServer Faces: A Whirlwind Tour - David Geary
- Writing Ajax-based JSF applications with Apache Trinidad and Facelets - Matthias Wessendorf
- Securing JSF Applications Against the OWASP Top Ten - David Chandler
- Develop compelling iPhone and other Mobile Web Applications in JSF - Michael Yuan
- Spring and JavaServerFaces: Approaches to Integration - Keith Donald
- Common Seam Traps and Hazards - Daniel Hinojosa
- Holistic Testing of JSF Applications - Stan Silvert
- JSF 2.0 Overview - Ed Burns
- Scripting JavaServer Faces - Kito Mann
- Stacking the deck by integrating Spring beans and Seam - Dan Allen
- JBoss RichFaces - Max Katz
- Ajax Push and ICEfaces for Enterprise Collaboration - Ted Goddard
Of course, this is just a small sampling of the 40+ sessions at the conference . There's also some great deals, such as four registrations for the price of three, and a free iPhone or Amazon gift certificate for the first 300 attendees. If you'd like to learn more about JavaServer Faces, this is the place to be.