0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 8, 2008 11:35 PM by Kito Mann

    [ANNOUNCE] New JSFOne track added

    Kito Mann Apprentice


      I just wanted to let you know that we've added a new track to the JSFOne conference http://www.jsfone.com
      which I'm hosting with NFJS http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com September 4th-6th in the Washington, DC area. The new track includes an additional ten sessions that cover excellent topics including portlets, security, Google API integration, and more.

      That makes four tracks total: Intro, Seam and Spring, Ajax and Component development, plus Security and Integration. Here are some great session choices:

      * Apache MyFaces Planet - Cagatay Civici
      * JavaServer Faces: A Whirlwind Tour - David Geary
      * Writing Ajax-based JSF applications with Apache Trinidad and Facelets - Matthias Wessendorf
      * Securing JSF Applications Against the OWASP Top Ten - David Chandler
      * Develop compelling iPhone and other Mobile Web Applications in JSF - Michael Yuan
      * Spring and JavaServerFaces: Approaches to Integration - Keith Donald
      * Common Seam Traps and Hazards - Daniel Hinojosa
      * Holistic Testing of JSF Applications - Stan Silvert
      * JSF 2.0 Overview - Ed Burns
      * Scripting JavaServer Faces - Kito Mann
      * Stacking the deck by integrating Spring beans and Seam - Dan Allen
      * JBoss RichFaces - Max Katz
      * Ajax Push and ICEfaces for Enterprise Collaboration - Ted Goddard
      * Accessible web-applications with or without JavaScript - Martin Marinschek

      Of course, this is just a small sampling of the 40+ sessions at the conference. There's also some great deals, such as four registrations for the price of three, and a free iPhone or Amazon gift certificate for the first 300 attendees. If you'd like to learn more about JavaServer Faces, Seam, or related technologies, this is the place to be.

      Also, if you're still on the fence, you should definitely register before the early bird deadline, which ends on August 15th.

      Kito D. Mann