For years Java developers have been searching for a way to effectively assemble applications from components, but the appropriate technology has never been found. Finally, with the arrival of OSGi, the Eclipse Rich Client Platform, and a host of related tools Java developers can finally realize the benefits of modular software. In this talk we'll cover the the general concepts that underpin what is generally referred to as Java Modularity, and discuss how these concepts can dramatically improve the way we develop software.
Patrick Paulin is a trainer and consultant specializing in modular technologies such as OSGi and the Eclipse Rich Client Platform. He spends much of his time offering the RCP Quickstart course, which is meant to get software developers up to speed with Eclipse RCP. Patrick is also a regular speaker at technology conferences such as EclipseCon and Eclipse World.
IIT Rice Campus Room 103 201 East Loop Road Wheaton, IL 60187-8489Directions to IIT - Rice Campus in Wheaton
From the North or South: From I-355 (North-South Tollway), exit westbound at Rt.56/Butterfield Road and proceed west 3 1/2 miles on Butterfield Road to East Loop Road. Turn right onto East Loop Road (Phillip's 66 Gas Station on the corner); the campus will be on your right about a block north of Butterfield Road, behind Cozymel's. Park in the Student parking lot behind the building. Room 103 is the first room inside the north enterance.
From the I-294 (Tri-State Tollway), take the I-88 (East-West Tollway) westbound and follow directions "From the East or West" below.
From the East or West: From I-88 (East-West Tollway), take the Naperville Road exit. At the traffic light, turn left onto Naperville Road and continue north for 1\275 miles to Rt. 56/Butterfield Road. Turn right onto Rt. 56/Butterfield Road and proceed 1/4 mile to the first traffic light (East Loop Road). Turn left on to East Loop Road, (Phillip's 66 Gas station on the corner); the campus will be on your right about a block north of Butterfield Road, behind Cozymel's. Park in the Student parking lot behind the building.Room 103 is the first room inside the north enterance.
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