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A Panel Discussion: Spring Framework Service Technologies

Join us for an overview of the service level technologies provided by the Spring framework. We will provide a panel presentation combined with an overview of Spring Framework service technologies....

Sponsor: Object Partners, SojoSoft

Presenters

Adam Waldal @Object Partners, SojoSoft

Brian Repko is a Senior Architect with Object Partners Inc. (OPI) in the Twin Cities. He's been doing and teaching Java and J2EE since 1997 and a plethora of languages before that going back to the days of disco. A Sun Certified Enterprise Architect known to quote J2EE specs, when he is not playing an uber-geek, he can usually be found running, biking, or swimming.

Adam Waldal has been delivering enterprise java .projects for the last seven years. He has presented on Spring and Java Project Management to both User Groups and to companies in a consulting capacity in the Twin Cities for the past three years. Adam has been active in the OTUG and TCJUG groups for the past four years. He is an agile practitioner, and is currently on a project that is using Spring as the core of the application.

Chris Rosenquest is a fiend for proven technology. For Chris it's all about ease of use and reliability. Starting his Java career in the dot-com days of San Francisco, he has written and support Enterprise Java apps ever since. Although he gets excited about technology, his passion is coaching and playing rugby, camping, hiking, hanging out with friends and driving his MINI way too fast.

Casey Bowman is a Java consultant, whose designs emphasize component-based development, lightweight containers (such as Spring), design patterns, interface contracts, command-query separation, and the prolific use of open-source. He worked four and a half years at SPS Commerce, the leading provider of hosted integration services to the retail and distribution supply chain, where he served as lead and software architect. Exhausted from fruitless advocacy that open-source work be a two-way street at Wells Fargo, where he just had his last contract, he is toying with the idea of taking a sabbatical to work on an open-source tool chest for future consulting work. His current interest is in making component-based development easier. Casey's favorite recent read is

Casey Bowman @Object Partners, SojoSoft

Brian Repko is a Senior Architect with Object Partners Inc. (OPI) in the Twin Cities. He's been doing and teaching Java and J2EE since 1997 and a plethora of languages before that going back to the days of disco. A Sun Certified Enterprise Architect known to quote J2EE specs, when he is not playing an uber-geek, he can usually be found running, biking, or swimming.

Adam Waldal has been delivering enterprise java .projects for the last seven years. He has presented on Spring and Java Project Management to both User Groups and to companies in a consulting capacity in the Twin Cities for the past three years. Adam has been active in the OTUG and TCJUG groups for the past four years. He is an agile practitioner, and is currently on a project that is using Spring as the core of the application.

Chris Rosenquest is a fiend for proven technology. For Chris it's all about ease of use and reliability. Starting his Java career in the dot-com days of San Francisco, he has written and support Enterprise Java apps ever since. Although he gets excited about technology, his passion is coaching and playing rugby, camping, hiking, hanging out with friends and driving his MINI way too fast.

Casey Bowman is a Java consultant, whose designs emphasize component-based development, lightweight containers (such as Spring), design patterns, interface contracts, command-query separation, and the prolific use of open-source. He worked four and a half years at SPS Commerce, the leading provider of hosted integration services to the retail and distribution supply chain, where he served as lead and software architect. Exhausted from fruitless advocacy that open-source work be a two-way street at Wells Fargo, where he just had his last contract, he is toying with the idea of taking a sabbatical to work on an open-source tool chest for future consulting work. His current interest is in making component-based development easier. Casey's favorite recent read is

Chris Rosenquest @Object Partners

Brian Repko is a Senior Architect with Object Partners Inc. (OPI) in the Twin Cities. He's been doing and teaching Java and J2EE since 1997 and a plethora of languages before that going back to the days of disco. A Sun Certified Enterprise Architect known to quote J2EE specs, when he is not playing an uber-geek, he can usually be found running, biking, or swimming.

Adam Waldal has been delivering enterprise java .projects for the last seven years. He has presented on Spring and Java Project Management to both User Groups and to companies in a consulting capacity in the Twin Cities for the past three years. Adam has been active in the OTUG and TCJUG groups for the past four years. He is an agile practitioner, and is currently on a project that is using Spring as the core of the application.

Chris Rosenquest is a fiend for proven technology. For Chris it's all about ease of use and reliability. Starting his Java career in the dot-com days of San Francisco, he has written and support Enterprise Java apps ever since. Although he gets excited about technology, his passion is coaching and playing rugby, camping, hiking, hanging out with friends and driving his MINI way too fast.

Casey Bowman is a Java consultant, whose designs emphasize component-based development, lightweight containers (such as Spring), design patterns, interface contracts, command-query separation, and the prolific use of open-source. He worked four and a half years at SPS Commerce, the leading provider of hosted integration services to the retail and distribution supply chain, where he served as lead and software architect. Exhausted from fruitless advocacy that open-source work be a two-way street at Wells Fargo, where he just had his last contract, he is toying with the idea of taking a sabbatical to work on an open-source tool chest for future consulting work. His current interest is in making component-based development easier. Casey's favorite recent read is

Brian Repko @LearnThinkCode

Brian is a Senior Architect with OPI (Object Partners Inc.) in the Twin Cities. He's been doing and teaching Java and J2EE since 1998 and a plethora of languages before that (going back to the Reagan-era). An SCEA known to quote J2EE specs, when he is not playing an uber-geek, he can be found drinking or running or both.

Additional Info

When


Food and Social: 5:30 PM
Presentation: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
(Central Time)

Where

Meeting Type: Seminar
Intertech
1575 Thomas Center Drive
Eagan, MN 55122