Pacific Northwest Software Symposium
September 15 - 17, 2006 - Seattle, WA
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Effective Enterprise Java: State Management
Managing state--both transient state (like your shopping cart) and your durable state (like your order placements, your inventory management forms, and so on)--is tricky in an enteprrise application. In this talk, we'll examine some of the trickiness, both high-level and low-.
We'll talk about the various forms of data persistence, including "procedural-first", "relational-first" and "object-first" approaches. We'll also talk about the costs of data-access logic, and ways to mitigate those costs. In short, if you store or use data in an enterprise Java application (be it J2EE or Spring or otherwise), you'll want to be here.
About Ted Neward
Ted Neward is an Architectural Consultant with Neudesic, LLC as well as the Principal with Neward & Associates. He speaks on the conference circuit discussing Java, .NET and XML service technologies, focusing on Java-.NET interoperability, programming languages, and virtual machine technologies. He has written several widely-recognized books in both the Java and .NET space, including the recently- released "Professional F#" and widely-acclaimed "Effective Enterprise Java". He lives in the Pacific Northwest.More About Ted »