Sergey Mikhanov, "Introducing JAIN SLEE"
Sergey started as a Java developer in 2001. By 2005 he felt limited in Java EE world and has joined jNetX, Inc. to try himself in a telecom field. Three years ago he moved to Austria while continuing working with jNetX flagship product in service delivery field at Kapsch CarrierCom.
JAIN SLEE is a live and evolving standard for telecom application servers. It is a generic event-driven platform, with the architecture adapted to the needs of telecom (low latency, high throughput, continuous uptime, etc). This presentation focus on the specific traits of the platform, and on the details of one of the implementations of JAIN SLEE standard -- jNetX Open Convergent Feature Server. Please note that this presention will be in English only ...
Mark Struberg, "JSR-299 - Contexts and Dependency Injection"
Mark Struberg is a software architect with almost 20 years of experience. He is working with Java since 1996 and is actively involved in open source projects in the Java and Linux area. He also serves as PMC for the Apache OpenWebBeans project.
JSR-299, the spec formerly known as 'WebBeans' is an approach to create a standard environment for Dependency Injection (DI) in the Java World. Although the spec has been rephrased a lot of times in the last months (e.g. due to introduction of JSR-330 lately, a new version of JSR-250 commons annotations, JSR-318 EJB-3.1, etc) the main idea of using meta-annotations for DI remained stable. Mark will try to outline those ideas and show how things fit together with a few code samples.