Third Day of JAX London
JAX London attendees get an introduction to concurrent code, BIRT, and architecturing the martial arts way!
For the third day of JAX London, we welcomed the OSGi Alliance
as our conference partners, with a full OSGi DevCon program running
in parallel to JAX London sessions.
JAX speaker Thilo Frotscher went beyond the WS-Security standard
and introduced session attendees to Secure Token Service, and
single sign-on for services and standards such as
WS-SecureConversation. Afterwards, Dierk König delivered a session
on the tools that are available to the Java developer who wishes to
start their journey with concurrent code. Meanwhile, Ted Neward
introduced us to the concept of katas – an ancient tradition with
roots in the martial arts – and how these can be applied to turn an
architect newbie, into a great architect.
The OSGi Alliance presented several case studies on building
home networking services on home gateway, in Takefumi Yamazaki’s
‘Case Study Report on i-House experiments using intermediate
service platform based on OSGi technology’ and conference attendees
were introduced to the Bndtools Eclipse-based development
environment in the ‘Rapid Bundle Development with Bndtools for
Later on today, JAX speaker Mica Block will run a double-whammy
of sessions for BIRT fans, with a twenty-minute BIRT overview,
before diving into a live demo session in ‘Interactivity: Giving
Your Users What They Want.’