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Rodrigo Urubatan

Rodrigo Urubatan is a highly recognized consultant, technical leader, senior architect and speaker in Brazil. As a senior consultant at Advanced IT and Technical Director at Tech Office IT he has been designing and developing Java EE applications for several industries in health, B2C and B2B markets. He has been using Java since 2002 and works in the IT market since 1997. Furthermore, Urubatan is a frequent Java speaker at events and universities in Brazil, such as JustJava, FISLI, Maratona4Java, UNISC, ULBRA. In 2003 he joined the coordination of RSJUG (a Java Users Group at brazil) and is now the Jug Leather at this JUG. He leads the spring-annotation project at java.net, and cooperates with other open source projects such as Spring Framework, Eclipse, Greenbox, GUJ, and JNuke.

 

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One exceptional thing about Java ME is that once you write the code it runs on almost...

Some additions to this new version:
* Support for XML Schema Configuration, now you just need to put the tag <sa:annotation-autoload> to enable the annotation module
* There is...

Finally version 1.0 of the spring-annotation library is out.
There still documentation and examples missing, but there is already some documentation in the project site.
The build is now...

Yes, it is possible, and this is the main goal of the project spring-annotation here at Java.net.