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GameDuell TechTalk with JSF Specification Lead Ed Burns

30.10.2013 | by Axel | published under TechTalk

GameDuell TechTalk with JSF Specification Lead Ed Burns

 

GameDuell invites the Berlin tech community to the next edition of its regular TechTalk event series. On November 18th JSF Specification Lead Ed Burns of Oracle will give an exclusive evening lecture about the new JavaServer Faces 2.2 specifications.

The talk will start at 18:30 sharp in the event lounge of GameDuell in Taubenstraße 24-25, 10117 Berlin.

 

JSF 2.2 – Markup Changes, Push Technologies and Resource Library Contracts


During the GameDuell TechTalk, Ed Burns will deliver an inside perspective about the markup changes of JSF 2.2 and the HTML 5 support. As specification lead for JavaServer Faces he is directly involved in their definition. He will explain how JSF integrates with new push technologies such as Websockets. Besides that he will talk about Server-Side-Events, the resource library contracts and Facelets.

 

About the Speaker


Ed Burns is a Consulting Member of the Technical Staff at Oracle America, Inc. and has worked on a wide variety of client and server side web technologies since 1994 including NCSA Mosaic, Mozilla, the Sun Java Plugin, Jakarta Tomcat and, most recently Java Server Faces. He is an internationally renowned conference speaker with regular presentations at JavaOne, JAOO, JAX, W-JAX, No Fluff Just Stuff, JA-SIG, The Ajax Experience and Java and Linux User Groups. Ed Burns is author of several books such as ‘Rockstar Programmers’ and co-author of ‘Java Server Faces – The Complete Reference’. His own Java blog is available here.

 

Schedule


18:00 – Doors open
18:30 – Presentation by Ed Burns
19:30 – Q & A
20:00 – Get Together with drinks and snacks

 

Registration


As always the GameDuell TechTalk is free of charge.
Please register here.