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Java University: Enterprise Java
*Preparing for the future of enterprise Java development
Java champion and All Star Adam Bien explores how enterprise Java development teams can prepare for near-future demands for flexible, integrated enterprise applications in this lesson.
*Choosing a programming model with staying power
TheServerSide.com editor Cameron McKenzie offers decision makers advice about choosing the right programming model.
*Big Data and Enterprise Java: Trends, challenges, best practices
Veteran analyst and computer science PhD Bill Claybrook lays out new Java approaches to managing Big Data, including databases and frameworks.
*Agile in the Java enterprise: Optimizing development and ALM
Agile consultant Steffan Surdek explores benefits of Agile development approaches being used in enterprise ALM.
SpeakersAdam Bien Independent Consultant and Author
Java expert Adam Bien is an Expert Group member for the Java EE 6, EJB 3.1, and JPA 2.0 JSRs. He has worked with Java technology since JDK 1.0 and Servlets/EJB 1.0 in several large-scale projects and is now an architect and developer in Java SE/EE/FX projects. He has edited several books about Java and J2EE / Java EE and is the author of Real World Java EE Patterns. Adam is a Java Champion, Oracle Java Developer of The Year 2010, and JavaOne 2009 Rock Star.Cameron McKenzie Site Editor, TheServerSide
Cameron McKenzie is the editor of TheServerSide.com, an online TechTarget publication focused on Java development. For over a decade before joining TheServerSide, he architected and developed Java centric solutions. He is author of four Java books, including Hibernate Made Easy, The SCJA Certification Guide, and What is WebSphere?.Bill Claybrook President, New River Marketing Research and Directions on Red Hat
Bill Claybrook is a marketing research analyst with over 35 years of experience in the computer industry with the last dozen years in Linux, Open Source, Java and Cloud Computing. Bill was Research Director, Linux and Open Source, at The Aberdeen Group in Boston and a competitive analyst/Linux product-marketing manager at Novell. He is currently President of New River Marketing Research and Directions on Red Hat. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science.Steffan Surdek Agile Coach, Surdek Solutions
Steffan Surdek is an Agile Coach in Montreal and is one of the co-authors of the book A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum. Steffan coaches software development teams to help them adopt Agile practices and speaks at various conferences and user groups about using Agile practices with distributed teams.