CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE 6
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 6:30 PM (CDT)
Java Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) is the new dependency management system introduced in JSR 299. Formerly known as Web Beans, CDI brings the pioneering work done in frameworks such as Seam and Guice into mainstream of standards-based Java development. CDI is included in the Java EE 6 platform and serves as the unifying component management technology across the entire EE platform. In this talk, I'll introduce the basic concepts of CDI and explain how you can get started using Weld, the CDI reference implementation.
Speaker: Normal Richards
Norman Richards is a developer at Socialware, The Social Middleware Company. He is a contributor to the Seam and Weld projects and author of the DZone refcard for CDI. He is also the author of several popular Java books such as JBoss: A Developer's Notebook and XDoclet in Action. Norman can be contacted through his personal website at http://nostacktrace.com.
Meeting Location: PROS Pricing
Houston, TX 77002
Park across the street in the parking garage on Elgin on the 3rd or 4th floor in the Visitor designated spots. Walk across the skybridge on the 3rd floor and take the elevators on the right side of the elevator lobby to the 10th floor.
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Door Prizes and Giveaways!
- JetBrains has donated one IntelliJ license to be raffled off at this HJUG meeting
- ZeroTurnaround has donated a license of JavaRebel to be raffled off this month