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JSR-352: Batch Standardization
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| by Wayne Lund Follow 0 Followers , Jonathan Fullam Follow 0 Followers on Feb 14, 2013 |

Wayne Lund introduces Java Batch JSR-352 explaining the domain and job specification languages used, the programming model and the runtime specification of the standard.

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Wayne Lund is a Senior Systems Engineer within VMware vFabric. Currently Wayne is on the Java Batch expert group (JSR-352). While at Accenture he was one of the Chief Architects of Spring Batch, a joint effort between Accenture and SpringSource, and introduced the Java Community to Spring Batch at Java One 2007 along with Rod Johnson and Scott Wintermute.

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