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ANN: Deep Dive into The Spring Framework by GBC/ACM

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  • Jay Conne
    GBC/ACM Presents a Professional Development Seminar (PDS) - another Deep Dive - a 2-day, single-track event - where the masters of
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 13, 2009
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      GBC/ACM <http://www.gbcacm.com/> Presents a Professional Development
      Seminar (PDS)
      - another Deep Dive - a 2-day, single-track event -
      where the masters of our industry have come to speak since 1968.

      The Spring Framework
      Powering Enterprise Java Development
      <http://www.gbcacm.org/b2b/spring2009/>

      Speakers: Craig Walls and Ken Sipe
      Even Chair: Jay Conne
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      When: November 14-15, 2009
      Where: Maxwell-Dworkin Building
      Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
      Cost: $525 through October 30
      $600 after October 30
      $650 on day of conference.

      Details and Registration - www.gbcacm.org.
      <http://www.gbcacm.org/b2b/spring2009/>

      Spring is a widely used open source framework that helps developers
      build high quality applications faster. Spring provides a consistent
      programming and configuration model that is well understood and used by
      millions of developers worldwide. Spring provides a range of
      capabilities for creating enterprise Java, rich web, and enterprise
      integration applications that can be consumed in a lightweight,
      a-la-carte manner.

      Spring provides the ultimate programming model for modern enterprise
      Java applications by insulating business objects from the complexities
      of platform services for application component management, Web services,
      transactions, security, remoting, messaging, data access,
      aspect-oriented programming and more. Spring is built on an Inversion
      of Control (IoC) container that enables Java components to be centrally
      configured and wired together¬óresulting in code that is more
      portable,reusable, testable and maintainable.



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