JavaOne Panel – Web 2.0 Style Invitation to Participate

Dan Malks and I have assembled what we think will be an interesting panel for this JavaOne, coming up next week in San Francisco. This is the session TS-4372 titled Java™ Technology, AJAX, Web 2.0 and SOA. The panelists include well known experts such as Dion Hinchcliffe, Rod Johnson and Craig McClanahan.

What: JavaOne Session Panel: TS-4372 – Java™ Technology, AJAX, Web 2.0 and SOA
Who: Dion Hinchcliffe, Rod Johnson, Craig McClanahan, John MacDonald, Dan Malks and Deepak Alur
When: Thursday May 18, 11:00AM – 12:00 AM
Where: Moscone Center, Gateway 102 / 103

In the spirit of Web 2.0, we invite your participation in this panel by asking any question that is relevant to the topic of the panel. That is anything to do with any combination of Java, Ajax, Web 2.0 stuff, and SOA. You can submit your questions and rank them by visiting the site at:

Please visit and participate now! Whether you are attending or not, I will try to post the answers to as many questions as possible after JavaOne.

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3 thoughts on “JavaOne Panel – Web 2.0 Style Invitation to Participate”

  1. Srgjan,
    These are interesting questions and something that we have been working on in the last few months. To some extent, Ajax and RIA technoogies disrupt traditional page-based web frameworks, which are trying to shoe horn Ajax into a paradigm that is not made for Ajax.
    With respect to patterns, we haven’t documented any new patterns in the last couple of years. Some patterns will have to extend with new strategies to accomodate EJB3, etc. Other patterns may not make direct sense to Ajax for example and we need to document Rich UI interaction patterns with the server side. I think this is going to be the next area of work as we see more and more implementations and designs in the next year to facilitate Ajax/RIA applications and server-side interactions.

  2. Hi, I wonder if there are any thoughts or plans to revisit the “Core J2EE Design Patterns” in view of the rejuvination of the Web. Ajax, EJB3, J5EE api, continuations, components, templating engines, Spring+IoC, OR frameworks etc but not in the context of presenting the frameworks but by putting forward the design patterns that lie behind and how to use them effectivly through other design patterns.
    PS. What’s your view, have there been new JEE patterns since your book?
    (PS.This is a copy paste from a comment on the previous post, it seems more relevant to this post and it would have probably gotten lost.)

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