September 12, 2006 ACGNJ Java Users Group Meeting (One (1) Video iPod to be Raffled Off!)

This month, we welcome Aaron Mulder from Chariot Solutions who will introduces us to the open source Apache Geronimo application server from the perspective of a J2EE developer.

Do you have experience developing J2EE applications, but no idea how to get started with Geronimo? Or perhaps wonder how to compare Geronimo to JBoss or Tomcat? Aaron will cover the Geronimo server's features, installation and management, deployment plan syntax, included tools, debugging options, and more. He'll also look at the logs, the management console, setting up database pools and JMS resources and security realms, how to hook Geronimo up to your build scripts and IDE for deployment and debugging, and how to take advantage of Geronimo plugins to leverage additional features from scheduling and reporting to J2EE 5.

Aaron Mulder is the Chief Technical Officer of Chariot Solutions where he helps companies with their Java, J2EE, and Open Source architecture challenges. When not consulting, you can usually find him presenting at conferences and user groups, wrangling with spec committees, working on his latest book, or hacking away at the Apache Geronimo application server. Along the way, he has contributed to many other projects including JBoss, OpenEJB, ActiveMQ, and PostgreSQL.


Please contact me if you have any questions, and I hope to see y'all on September 12.


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