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Presentation: Java EE Class Loading Architectures

| by Floyd Marinescu Follow 35 Followers on Apr 05, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |
Ernie Svehla, Chief Architect of IntelliObjects reviews Java Class Loading basics, comparing the class loading architectures of the Sun's Appserver 9, BEA WebLogic 9.1, and JBoss 4.0.2. The presentation concludes with a discussion of best practices for packaging JEE applications followed by techniques for resolving common class loading problems such as ClassNotFoundException, or NoDefFound Errors.

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Ernie Svehla is Chief Architect of IntelliObjects and has extensive experience in developing large scale highly transactional J2EE systems. Ernie's professional specialties include Object Relational frameworks and Web Services.

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1-hour Video by Yann R

I like InfoQ.
I like brief information, introducing a more detailed content, why not in a video way.
I love text because you can read through paragraphs very quickly. There are subtitles.
I hate 1-hour videos, waste of time.

Re: 1-hour Video by Martin Gilday

Don't watch it then.

Re: 1-hour Video by Srdan Srepfler

I like both.

1-hour Video by Kong Fanbin

Good, I like it

Re: 1-hour Video by Zhong Lun

Don't watch it then.


I m unable to watch any infoq presentation (the video stream never be smooth on my end - home or office). So providing slides, subtitles or offline videos is better.

Re: 1-hour Video by Martin Gilday

I think its quite reasonable to request the option of just the presentation slides (shown below in the video) as an option for those who dont have the time to sit through an hour.


He didn't reasonably ask for a slide or video download option. He stated that hour long videos are a waste of time. Many of the videos here are that length or longer, so there must be some demand or they wouldn't keep posting them. I replied in a similar tone. I agree that additional downloads would be a good thing. However asking sincerly rather than belittling someones work would be a better way of going about it.

Re: 1-hour Video by Tarun Somal

It would be nice if the presentationa could atleast be downloaded.

Re: 1-hour Video by Floyd Marinescu

We do have plans to release MP3 copies of most of the already posted presentations and all of the future ones.

As for the slide downloads, yes it is a reasonable request but we don't own these slides and it would require special permission with each of the speakers to get copyright permission. In the meantime if anyone wants the slides, feel free to ask the authors.

Re: 1-hour Video by Floyd Marinescu

The intention of these videos is to bring out knowledge from conferences. For all those people who couldn't make it to a conference to watch these, you have them online here on InfoQ.

We cannot change the way the presentations are delivered at the conference, so one hour it will have to remain. :)

Viewing them is optional of course.

Re: 1-hour Video by Paul Rooney

I find that I don't have enough time on my hands to catch up with the videos. Are there any plans to release them in a video podcast format. Having them on my iPod for commuting would be a huge bonus.

Re: 1-hour Video by Floyd Marinescu

Unfortunately we don't plan to do that. It would be far to complex on the legal front with authors, and it also wouldn't support our core objective of making InfoQ the 'goto' place. Also, I have no idea how the video feeds and slides could be seen together in such a format, so our only distribution plans at the moment are MP3 audio.

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Hi,
I will appreciate it if we can download video for earlier watching, i mean off-line watching

Very Very Good by Ramesh Rouniyar

Hi,
I like this Site, Good presentations.

Re: 1-hour Video by Ashwin Jain

Could you provide an option to directly move to a particular slide like you provide an option to directly move to a question for an interview?

Good One by Marimuthu Udayakumar

Its very good concept and teaching mechanism.Its very helpful and knowledgeable.Thanks Intelliobjects.

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Marimuthu Udayakumar
teknoturfian.blogspot.com

Re: Good One by Ernie Svehla

Thanks for the feedback and have a Happy New Year!

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