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O'Reilly Conference on Enterprise Java
Westin Hotel -- Santa Clara, California
March 26-29, 2001

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Java 2001 Sessions

8:45am - 10:15am Leading Edge, Session L4
Bluetooth and Java
Michael Portwood
Bluetooth has rapidly grown to become a major platform for communications between wireless devices. more...

Programming Lego Mindstorms Robots with Java
Jonathan B. Knudsen
The brain of a Lego Mindstorms robot is the RCX, a small and flexible microcontroller. more...

8:45am - 10:15am Open Source, Session O4
Dynamic Wireless Application Development with Open Source technologies: Java, XML, Enhydra, and InstantDB
Keith Bigelow
This session will give developers a clear understanding of standards-based methods to develop & deploy dynamic applications to wireless devices [PDAs, cell phones, automobiles, etc. more...

8:45am - 10:15am J2EE, Session J4
J2EE and Component Based Manufacturing Systems-Opening New Markets in the Java Universe
David Braun
With the increased availability of web based market portals, both C2B and B2B,manufacturing sectors have felt the increased demands of customer needs. more...

A JSP Tag Libraries based framework for Wireless Application Development
Hitesh Seth
An introduction to how Tag Libraries mechanism such as the one provided by JSP can be used to create a reusable framework for building device independent interactive applications. more...

8:45am - 10:15am Architecture, Session A4
Keys to Maximizing Component Reusability
Gary Baney
Examine the critical success factors organizations must address in order to reap the benefits of software reuse, which include dramatic improvements in time-to-market and increased productivity and reliability. more...

Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 Technology: What's New in the EJB Architecture and Why?
Linda DeMichiel , L. Umit Yalcinalp
This session will provide a comprehensive overview of the Enterprise JavaBeans 2. more...

8:45am - 10:15am Java/XML, Session X4
XML Data Binding
Gregory Messner

JAXP 1.1 for Java API for XML Processing
Edwin Goei
This session will describe the Java API for XML Processing or JAXP. more...

10:45am - 12:15pm Leading Edge, Session L5
Rinaldo Di Giorgio
The Brazil project is an experimental web application development environment ideal for web-enabling devices, aggregating content from other web applications, and building web portals that filter and modify aggregated content. more...

Building Distributed Systems with Brazil
Rob Englander
Brazil Technology can be used as a low level framework that lends itself well to the development of component based distributed systems. more...

10:45am - 12:15pm J2EE, Session J5
Credit Card Transaction Processing for E-commerce Web Sites with Java
Sean Sullivan
Whether you are building the next Amazon. more...

Business Rules Automation with EJB
Mei Tian
This paper describes the authors’ experience in automating business rules with Enterprise Java Beans (EJB). more...

10:45am - 12:15pm Java/XML, Session X5
Anne Thomas Manes
This session provides an overview of the ebXML B2B ecommerce framework. more...

VoiceXML-Overview, Opportunities and Challenges
Hitesh Seth
A look into the upcoming standard for distributed voice based application development, VoiceXML. more...

10:45am - 12:15pm Open Source, Session O5
James Duncan Davidson
What happens when a commercial vendor (Sun, in this case) does exactly what the Open Source community asks them to do, and open sources a significant piece of software? This session will describe the experience of working on the Jakarta project from inception to the present day, in a unique partnership between an existing open source project (Apache JServ) and commercial vendors that have paid developers participating in the development. more...

10:45am - 12:15pm Architecture, Session A5
Using Java Reflection to Improve Enterprise Application Design
Michael Portwood
In this presentation, myths and misconceptions about reflection will be debunked, advantages presented, and strategies for applying reflection to design and code cited. more...

Managing Applications with Java Management Extensions
Heather Kreger
Internet trading, Internet shopping, Internet research, Internet collaboration. more...

1:30pm - 3:00pm J2EE, Session J6
An Innovative Framework for Automating JSP Development
Michael Alford
With the “use bean” tag of JSP, a page request can access a framework that automatically handles the tedious tasks of formatting and validating all data types. more...

JMS: Integrating Legacy Systems with J2EE based B2B, B2C Applications
Krishna V.S. Chaganti
Integrating E-Commerce Applications with Legacy systems is one of the challenging tasks. more...

1:30pm - 3:00pm Open Source, Session O6
Apache: It's not Just for Web Servers Anymore
James Duncan Davidson
Apache is known as the most popular webserver on the planet. more...

How to Use jBoss
Rickard Oberg
jBoss is a 3rd generation container. more...

1:30pm - 3:00pm Architecture, Session A6
J2EE Component Design Patterns
Thomas Liou
Various design patterns will be presented based on usage in J2EE projects. more...

Gregor Kiczales

1:30pm - 3:00pm Leading Edge, Session L6
Java Performance
Leonard Slipp
While there have been notable improvements in JVM design, the performance of Java-based technology continues to be a concern for organizations considering J2EE adoption. more...

Memory Management
Leonard Slipp
One of the strengths of the Java environment (in both the language and the JVM) is its emphasis on memory safety. more...

1:30pm - 3:00pm Java/XML, Session X6
William Grosso
In this talk, we will cover the basics of the Resource Description Format (RDF). more...

The Evolution of XML Messaging: Toward an Open Global market
David Chappell
Initiatives such as ebXML, UDDI and the Java API for XML Messaging (JAXM) promise to have a significant impact on how organizations will conduct electronic business in the near future. more...

3:30pm - 5:00pm Java/XML, Session X7
Dynamic Proxy Architecture
Stuart Halloway
Java's full-fidelity type information, combined with its elegant class file structure, makes it easy to build proxy interfaces on the fly. more...

Industry Web Services: WSDL and UDDI
Tyler Jewell
As communications protocols and message formats are standardized in the web and B2B community, it becomes increasingly important to be able to allow businesses to be able to locate services available for use and to be able to describe the communications of the services in some structured way. more...

3:30pm - 5:00pm Open Source, Session O7
jBrowCaps - Browser Independent Page Rendering for Java Servlets
Mike Slinn
Java servlets and JSPs usually communicate with web browsers, but not all web browsers understand the same formatting controls. more...

Recommendations for Web Application Architectures
Craig R. McClanahan
Many applications are currently being ported to (or written for) the web. more...

3:30pm - 5:00pm Architecture, Session A7
Jini in the Enterprise
Anne Dirkse
This session will cover Jini technology and how it is applicable to Enterprise development. more...

J2ME Programming and Design
Nat Wyatt
For experienced Java programmers, this session illustrates J2ME application design and programming by walking through a working MIDlet's code. more...

3:30pm - 5:00pm J2EE, Session J7
Managing Components with JMX
Rickard Oberg
This presentation will cover the Java Management Extensions (JMX) specification, and provide a short tutorial on how to create managed JMX components, or MBeans. more...

Bruce Rich
This presentation describes the Java Authentication and Authorization Services (JAAS) framework which was designed to augment the JDK with such support. more...

3:30pm - 5:00pm Leading Edge, Session L7
Motorola J2ME Initiative- Power to Developers
Dr. Jyh-Han Lin
By 2002, many Motorola handsets will run J2ME. more...

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