Mark Fisher and Oleg Zhurakousky present what’s new in Spring Integration 2: Sprint 3 features used, enterprise integration patterns, channel adapters, tooling support, and what lies beyond 2.0.
Guillaume Laforge reviews the main Groovy 1.6 and 1.7 features, and what’s coming in Groovy 1.8: closures, modularization, Java 7 support, DSL, AST templates, better performance.
Mike Wiesner demoes using Spring Security 3 with its new features, such as expression language-based authorization and extensions, to implement authentication and authorization in Java applications.
Rod Johnson and Stefan Schmidt introduce Spring Roo, building a sample app, unit and integration tests, AspectJ utilization, dependency injection, controller/view generation and GWT integration.
Hamlet D'Arcy explains the Lean principles - Eliminate Waste, Build Quality In, Create Knowledge, Defer Commitment, Deliver Fast, Respect People, Optimize the Whole – in the context of using Groovy.
Venkat Subramaniam explains some of the Groovy syntax elements and its idioms by taking Java code examples and transforming them step by step into their more concise Groovy counterparts.
Christian Schalk introduces GAE, focusing on the upcoming GAE for Business, demoing some of its new features like hosted SQL, SSL, and SSO.
Arjen Poutsma introduces Spring-WS, and shows what’s new in Spring-WS 2.0 using demos: an improved @Endpoint model, Spring 3 and Java 5++ support, full streaming, and integration test support.
Matthias Radestock introduces messaging, AMQP and RabbitMQ. Mark Fisher and Mark Pollack present and demo Spring AMQP, an abstraction layer for using AMQP independently from the broker implementation.
Jürgen Höller presents some of the most important Java EE6 features, underlining similarities and differences with the Spring Framework, showing what is the best configuration using both technologies
Adrian Colyer talks about Spring 3.1: environment profiles and cache abstraction. Graeme Rocher demoes GORM for NoSQL. Keith Donald demoes Greenhouse. Jon Travis demoes Spring Insight.
Jurgen Holler reviews Spring 3.0, he previews Spring 3.1, planned to have its first milestone release in late November 2010, and he takes a sneak preview at Spring 3.2 supposed to support Java 7.