Ben Alex spoke on the ROO framework on Wednesday 18 April.

ROO allows you to develop Real Object Oriented (ROO) systems, where the motto is "domain first, infrastructure second". If you're interested in domain driven design, proper encapsulation, and not having to write a lot of code to do it, this session will be of interest to you. Ben presented on this topic at The Spring Experience in Florida, and will feature extensive demos of the as-yet-unreleased ROO Framework. ROO is used at Woolworths Limited, and Ben will explain how Woolworths are using ROO in a number of production applications. This presentation will feature a lot of live demos and code, so sit back and enjoy!

Speaker: Ben Alex

Ben Alex is Interface21's Regional Director, Australasia, and has over 12 years' experience architecting, developing and managing enterprise application solutions. During his career, Ben has been extensively involved in all aspects of software development using both Java and Microsoft platforms, and his experience covers a range of sectors, ranging from small startups through to large Government and corporate environments.

Ben has been a user and core contributor to the Spring Framework since mid-2003. In addition, Ben is founder and lead developer of the Spring Security (also known as Acegi Security) project. He is a developer on the Spring Rich Client project, and has also authored several Spring training modules and books, including the security chapter of "Professional J2EE Development with Spring Framework". Ben is also an active participant on the Spring forums, having answered over 2,000 questions from Spring users. He regularly speaks at international conferences and user group meetings about security and application architecture topics, and has delivered Interface21 training courses throughout Australasia, UK and USA.

Host: BEA

The Wellington Java User Group thanks our hosts!

Date:
Wednesday, 18th.
April, 2007

Time:
5.15pm for 5:30-7:00pm

Venue:
Pod Restaurant
Cnr Victoria & Willeston Streets
Wellington

Afterword:
In our ongoing tradition, after this talk we intend to repair to a pub for some light R&R. All who would like to discuss points raised during the talk in a more congenial atmosphere are welcome!