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Fifth Annual Farata's Symposium on Software Development
Friday, August 3, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
by Yakov Fain, 9:00AM-10:15AM
2. Brief Introduction to Ext JS Framework
by Victor Rasputnis, 10:20AM – 11:30AM
3. Productive Development of CRUD Applications With Ext JS
by Victor Rasputnis, 11:40AM-12:40AM
This presentation will show a productive way of developing CRUD application that should have HTML5 clients talking to Java servers. You'll see a demo of CDB - an open source code generator that creates the entire application based on a couple of simple Java classes one of them being a DTO and another - a POJO implementing the business logic of your application. The persistence layer can be written either manually or using MyBatis framework. The client portion of this application is an auto-generated Ext JS code.
4. A Toolset Of Modern Java Programmer: From Prototype to
Deployment in an Hour
by Viktor Gamov, 1:30PM-2:30PM
These day is quite popular to blame Java for verbose of syntax, lack of modern language features such as closures and inability to support dynamic programming. Despite of this, Java ekosystem remains a very rich and stable platform for enterprise development. In this presentation you'll see how your project can benefit by running non-Java programs on JVM. You'll get a practical introduction to Groovy and related frameworks (Grails and Spook), that can help any Java developer become more productive without the need to learn radically new environments.
5. WebSockets: The Current State of the Most Valuable HTML5 API
by Viktor Gamov, 2:40PM-3:40PM
HTML5 specification includes WebSockets, a new communication protocol for the Web. It's becoming the best choice for building real-time Web applications. This presentation is an overview of the servers and frameworks that support WebSockets. You'll see some use cases where WebSockets shine. We'll also discuss various approaches for the server- and client-side implementations of WebSockets that can be used in the Web applications today.
6. Who Moved My Web to Mobile?
by Yakov Fain and Anatole Tartakovsky, 4:00PM – 5:15 PM
The budget is approved. There is no way to postpone migration of your Web site or application to mobile devices any further. How to start moving your tried and true JSP/Struts Web site to this wild new world of mobile devices? Is it possible to develop one Web site that looks good on desktops, tablets, on smartfones? Should you go with HTML5 or native mobile applications? What about Adobe AIR? In this presentation we'll discuss pros and cons of various approaches.
7. Beer. We're buying.
5:30PM - 7PM
Who should attend
This event is targeting enterprise developers and Web application architects.
Yakov Fain is Managing Director at Farata Systems, a company that provides consulting services in the field of development of enterprise Rich Internet applications. He authored several technical books, and dozens of articles on software development. Recently he authored the book "Java Programming. 24-Hour Trainer." Sun Microsystems has nominated and awarded Mr. Fain with the title of Java Champion, which was presented to only a hundred people in the world. He leads the Princeton Java Users Group and New Jersey Flex Users Group.
Dr. Victor Rasputnis is Managing Director at Farata Systems. He spends most of his time providing architectural design, implementation management and mentoring to companies migrating to Flex and J2EE technologies. Victor authored several books and dozens of technical articles. He holds PhD in Computer Science. Recently he co-authored the books "Rich Internet Applications with Adobe Flex and Java: Secrets of the Masters" and "Enterprise Development with Flex". These days Victor is into eCommerce projects.
AnatoleTartakovsky is a managing director at Farata Systems. He spent more than 20 years developing complex distributed systems. In the last ten years, his focus has been on creating frameworks and business applications for dozens of enterprises ranging from Wal-Mart to Wall Street firms. Anatole has authored a number of books and articles on AJAX, Flex, XML, the Internet, and client-server technologies. He holds an MS in Mathematics.
Viktor Gamov is a senior software engineer at Farata Systems. He consults financial institutions in design and implementation of Rich Internet Applications with HTML5, Flex and Java. Viktor is passionate about writing the code, open source community and Java ecosystem. He holds MS in Computer Science.
If this event is cancelled by Farata Systems, every registered attendee gets full refund. If a registered attendee decides to cancel by July 15, 2012, we'll refund 100% of your payment. After this date no money is refunded, but can be used as a credit toward one of the future training events by Farata Systems.
Farata Systems is a consulting and training company, which employs RIA professionals specializing in development of enterprise Web applications. For more details please visit http://www.faratasystems.com
This event is sponsored by Farata Systems , L.L.C.
If you have questions regarding this event, please call us at 1-732-598-4027.
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Farata Systems is a leading IT consulting and product development company providing enterprise-wide IT solutions specializing in the area of rich internet applications. We hire experts who have established long term successful track records of developing enterprise applications, not just talking about them.