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The Delaware Valley BEA Users Group provides an informal forum for
those with an interest in BEA technologies to discuss issues, share
experiences and gain insight into product use and direction.



The BUG Herald


03/28/2006

SHORT NOTICE: But here's something you will not want to miss. On April 4, 2006 Thomas Risberg, Core Spring Committer will be speaking about BEA WebLogic Server/Spring integration. In addition Bob Williams, of Booz Allen Hamilton, will speak on developing Service-Oriented Architectures with the Spring. For details see the meeting flyer. And please register.

11/21/2005

Okay, we're confirmed. Dan Hayes' presentation on Spring,
what it is and the support provided for it in WebLogic server, has been
rescheduled for December 13, 2005. For details see the target="_blank" href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dvbug/files/DVBUG_1213.doc">meeting
flyer
. And please target="_blank" href="http://contact2.bea.com/bea/www/usergroups/register.jsp?PC=UG05-D2D">register.

11/19/2005

We apologize for any inconvenience but we are going to have to
cancel our November 22 BUG meeting. Dan Hayes' presentation on Spring,
what it is and the support provided for it in WebLogic server, will be
rescheduled. Right now the tentative date is December 13, 2005. We'll be
in touch with details.

11/09/2005 (November
22
Meeting To Be Rescheduled)

Our next BUG meeting will be held on style="text-decoration:line-through;">November 22 at the
Hampton
Inn; Plymouth Meeting starting at 6:00pm. The topic will be Spring, the
lightweight inversion of control, aspect oriented container framework
for J2EE application development. Dan Hayes...

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