Ola Bini attempts to answer a few questions: Why are new languages still being created, Is it worth choosing languages strategically, and Does language actually matter?
Jonathan Shapiro, Dean Tribble, Marc Steigler, David Wagner and Mark S. Miller (moderator) present their view on achieving security while using modularity for building large systems.
Ian Robinson explains where OSGi fits into the Java ecosystem, presenting the needs met by OSGi, the framework’s current status and a peek of future developments.
Jerome Dochez unveils the features planned for Java EE 7: Cloud Computing support, Modularity enhancements, richer Web Tier – Web Socket, HTML5, JSON-, JMS 2.0, and JPA 2.1, plus the roadmap.
Alex Blewitt, Kevin Seal and Alex Buckley discuss modularity in Java, answering questions from the audience: when is modularity needed, how to address modularity, what are the similarities and differences in modularity between Jigsaw and .NET, and what are the improvements in OSGi-based development?
In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Rob Harrop provides a tutorial on creating effective modular web applications for OSGi and the RFC66 Web Container. Topics include the design and modularization of web applications, extending web applications dynamically using standard OSGi features, and using the OSGi Web Container (RFC66) to deploy web applications on an OSGi platform.
In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Rob Harrop discusses OSGi in the enterprise, OSGi basics, modularity in OSGi, import-package, require-bundle, the problem of split packages, import-bundle, Bundlor, demos of OSGi bundle usage, RFC 66, dm Server, the blueprint service, OSGi services, demo of building an OSGi-based Spring MVC web application, OSGi configuration admin, and dynamic updates.