Rocky Mountain Software Symposium
November 10 - 12, 2006 - Denver, CO
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Founder of Inversoft
Brian Pontarelli is the founder and president of Inversoft, a Colorado based software company. In addition to Inversoft, Brian works on many open source projects including Struts, Savant and Java.net commons. In the past, he was the president of the Chicago Java User Group and an enterprise architect for Orbitz.
Brian has been programming for many years and works primarily with Java and Ruby. He has published various articles in both print and online magazines about Java, J2EE security, Java Server Faces and NIO.
Learn how to use ACEGI in an AJAX friendly way so that when you user's sessions expire, they can quickly log back into the application and continue where they left off. This will cover in detail the changes that were made to the ACEGI framework to support AJAX authentication, why ACEGI needed to be changed and how to implement this solution in a new or existing application that uses the ACEGI framework for authentication.
Attendees should take away all the information required to implement an AJAX authentication using ACEGI in a Java web application.
This presentation covers all the basics of the Jini platform, which has recently been transitioned from Sun to Apache. This presentation will show how to construct a service based application using Jini as well as how the Jini network is structured and deployed. In addition, a demonstration of the cool Jini features such as dynamic discovery, recovery and provisioning will be given.
Attendees are encouraged to bring laptops which will be able to participate in the demonstration Jini network. JDK 1.5 is required to run the demonstration application.