Miami Java Users Group Meeting 4
Please confirm your participation in the event by an e-mail to rsvp [at] miamijug.org
Topics & Speakers:
* Security Best Practice for Software Development by Edmundo Farinas
* Message-Driven POJOs by Mark Fisher
* Ajax by Gregory Murray
Edmundo Farinas is Chief Security Officer at Todo1 Services, Inc.
Mark Fisher is a consultant with Interface21 and a frequent instructor for Interface21’s “Core Spring” course at public and onsite training sessions throughout North America.
As a developer and architect with experience ranging from the persistence to the web tier, Mark has recently been most interested in messaging and integration. He is driven by the challenge of finding simple solutions to complex problems. In order to achieve this, he advocates agile methodologies, test-driven development, continuous integration, and of course lightweight frameworks such as Spring.
AJAX Architect for Sun Microsystems, Greg Murray is deeply involved in the Ajax movement through his participation in the OpenAJAX Alliance and promoting of Ajax throughout the world. Within Sun, Greg lead a grass roots effort advancing the integration of client-side scripting with Java technologies and is the creator and principal architect of Project jMaki. jMaki allows developers to create Ajax web applications . Greg recently contributed to the design and development of the Ajax-based Java Pet Store 2.0 Demo and helped create Java BluePrints solutions for using Ajax with Java and PHP technologies.
Venue: Carnival Cruise Lines (3655 NW 87th Ave Doral, FL 33178)
Sponsors: Carnival Cruise Lines, SherStaff
Official Website: http://www.miamijug.org
Added by maudrit on April 16, 2007