From xml bean declarations to annotations
This talk will focus on taking your application’s bean configuration from an all xml style to an annotation-based approach needing minimal xml (think a few lines).
The talk will be based on the book, Spring Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Books for Professionals by Professionals). This is the same book Spring Dallas Users Group was working through earlier this year. So you can take a look at chapter 3 if you want to take a look at the material before the meeting.
Erik Weibust is a Senior Architect with Credera. Prior to joining Credera, Erik was a member of the Office of Architecture at Countrywide Financial.
Erik has more than 10 years of business and information technology experience. His career started at Neiman Marcus where he worked on the inventory system and then moved to their online team where he helped with the initial launch of the NeimanMarcus.com web presence. Erik left the retail business for the high-tech, web-based, hotel travel booking company Pegasus Solutions. While at Pegasus, Erik gained experience developing and maintaining massively-scalable, clustered Java EE applications that powered the majority of hotel transactions on the internet. In addition, Erik gained experience in the mortgage industry while working for Custom Credit Systems developing custom mortgage applications, and most recently while working at Countrywide Financial.
Erik has a passion for learning, promoting and teaching Java technologies. Erik has been active with the Dallas/Fort Worth Java User group (JavaMUG) for over 7 years and currently serves as the elected President. Erik also started and continues to lead a Java User group that focuses on the Spring Framework (Spring Dallas User Group), a leading, lightweight Java EE framework.
July 15, 2009
* Social - 6:30 PM
* Meeting - 7:00 PM
WHO TO TELL:
Tell your friends, co-workers, and everyone else that is interested in Spring.
WHERE TO GO:
Our meetings are now at the offices of Improving Enterprises. Directions and information can be found on our meeting location page. The building doors lock at 7:00 and we will not have anyone to shuttle people around. Please be there before 7:00.