Jeanfrancois Arcand

Jeanfrancois Arcand

Jeanfrançois Arcand has been working in software engineering for the last 18 years. He studied pure mathematics and worked for a Canadian research centre, doing mathematical modeling in C++ until someone in- troduced him to a new language called Java. He never stopped using it. Jeanfrançois worked for Sun Microsystems for almost 10 years, before writing one of the first NIO frameworks, Grizzly, Jeanfrançois also developed the Grizzly Comet Framework, which was an early way to implement asynchronous web applications. He then started the Atmosphere Framework, which brings portability across Servlet container and allows the creation of WebSocket and Comet applications. He can be followed on twitter at http://twitter.com/jfarcand

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Tutorial: Atmosphere 1.0, WebSocket Portability on the JVM

Talking asynchronous apps

Tutorial: Atmosphere 1.0, WebSocket Portability on the JVM

JeanFrancois Arcand introduces us to the Atmosphere Framework, a Java/Javascript framework which allows the creation of portable asynchronous applications using Groovy, Scala and Java.

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