In this presentation we will cover the tooling support of Java EE applications. One of the challenges of Java EE development is managing your project within an IDE. Most Java EE books talk about the different Java EE packaging schemes but often leave the actual setup to the reader. Setting up a project in an IDE can be a daunting job - you have to configure dependencies as well as create deployment descriptors and get everything packaged correctly. In addition you have to tackle unit tests and integration tests execution. Complicating matters, you must minimize cycle times for the developer so that they donâ€™t spend most of their day waiting on builds. In this presentation we will cover Java EE project support provided by the major IDEs including Eclipse, IDEA, and NetBeans.
Ryan Cuprak is an e-formulation analyst at Dassault Systemes, author of the NetBeans Certification Guide from McGrall-Hill, and president of the Connecticut Java Users Group since 2003. He is also a JavaOne 2011 Rockstar Presenter. At Dassault Systems he is focused on developing data integrations to convert clients' data and also user interface development. Prior to joining DS he worked for a startup distributed-computing company, TurboWorx, and Eastman Kodak's Molecular Imaging Systems group, now part of Carestream Health. At TurboWorx he was a Java developer and also a technical sales engineer supporting both presales and professional services. Cuprak has earned a BS in computer science and biology from Loyola University Chicago. He is a Sun Certified NetBeans IDE Specialist.
When & Where
Connecticut Java Users Group
The Connecticut Java Users Group organizes monthly meetings on new and emerging Java technologies. It aims to help professionals stay abreast of the latest developments in Java and related open source projects. Meetings are free and open to the public. The group was initially founded in 2000 as a special interest group of the Connecticut Object Oriented Users Group. It is presently chaired by Ryan Cuprak who assumed leadering of the JUG in December of 2002.