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What’s New in Spring 3.0

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Arjen Poutsma is a senior software engineer at SpringSource with fifteen years of experience in both Java EE and Microsoft .NET. Three years ago, Arjen started to specialise in Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures. Arjen founded the open source Spring Web Services project and has also contributed to various other open source projects, including XFire, Axis2, and others.

About the conference

SpringOne 2GX is an annual event; it includes a technical exploration of the Spring ecosystem along with the latest developments in the Groovy/Grails space. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to attend two great events at one venue. Whether you're a Spring enthusiast, Tomcat user, Groovy/Grails fan, or just interested in open source development, you'll find valuable content in sessions presented here.

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Dec 16, 2009

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    by M Reddy /

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    Hello, Thank you for the informative content you guys post on this site. Keep up the great work. It is extremely helpful for somebody like me.

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    by Janos Haber /

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    "Arjen Poutsma is a senior software engineer at SpringSource with fifteen years of experience in both Java EE and Microsoft .NET."

    15y?

    Java release date (not EE): 1995
    J2EE release date: 1999 [ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_EE_version_history ]
    .NET framework: 2002 [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.NET_Framework#Versions]

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    by Han Meng /

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    I guess what he want to express is that, Arjen Poutsma has 15th software development and most time, he focus on the JavaEE and .net programming

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