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Presentation: Rod Johnson on Spring 2.0 and Beyond

by Floyd Marinescu on Aug 29, 2007 |
In this session, recorded at QCon London this past March, Spring Creator Rod Johnson explains a number of the important enhancements and new features in Spring 2, including:
•    XML extensibility features, allowing "custom tags" to extend the capabilities of Spring configuration
•    Significant enhancements in the Spring AOP framework, making the powerful AspectJ pointcut expression language available in the Spring runtime
•    First-class support for dynamic languages such as Groovy and JRuby, as the Spring component model becomes cross-language
•    Integration with the new Java Persistence API standard for O/R mapping

Watch Spring 2.0 and Beyond (60 min)

Rod will also explain how Spring 2.0 is not merely an end in itself, but a launchpad for further innovation, giving you an insight into the roadmap and plans for 2007.  See also InfoQ's past coverage of Spring for interviews and news about what's in Spring 2.0.

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See Rod on Configuring the Spring Container at QCon San Francisco (Nov 7-9) by Floyd Marinescu

Rod Johnson will also be doing a talk on Configuring the Spring Container at QCon San Francisco this Nov 7-9, FYI.

Always good. by Brian Edwards

I always enjoy Rod's presentations. Keep 'em coming.

Re: Always good. by Carlos Adolfo Ortiz Quiros

It is interesting but one thing I think is missing is a transcript of the presentation for foreign people which language is not English as a mother-tongue

Spring is the best JEE framework by DAMIAN GARCIA

Always a pleasure watch Rod`s presentations and spring the best java framework so far...

Greate Presentation by phyo zaw

Greate presentation about spring in deep. I would like to have copy of power point presentation as soft copy.

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