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Seam, Java for Managers Courses Updated

September 10, 2010 by Stuart Smith
Category: New/Updated Courses

Seam Course WA1627 Updated

Whether it is the fact that people are finally using the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5.0 version or that much of the Seam programming model was adopted into the Java EE 6 specifications we are seeing a recent increase in interest in Seam.  Seam provides a deep integration of technologies such as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java Persistence (JPA), and Enterprise Java Beans (EJB 3.0).  The Seam framework also provides a simplification of linking application components together with a dependency injection mechanism even more advanced than the popular Spring framework.

Because of this recent increase in interest we have updated the setup of our Seam programming class to support the latest versions of Eclipse and JBoss that developers would be using.  There are useful tips about using these most recent versions provided with the hands on labs that accompany the course.

WA1413 Java for Managers Updated

We have just released an update to our “Java for Managers” training.  This two day course covers a broad overview of many different Java technologies and other topics like various Java IDEs and frameworks.  The course also covers some of the latest developments in the Java landscape so you can stay up to date with the changes in the Java technologies developers are using in projects and know the latest information to make informed decisions about those technologies.  Since students attending this course will generally not be doing actual development there are many demonstrations presented by the instructor that will briefly show using various tools and technologies without getting lost trying to follow lab instructions.

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