Using the UML, FDD (Feature Driven Development), and J2EE to Build Better Applications Faster by Lee Faus

Sponsored by Togethersoft

RIP TogetherSoft (acquired by Borland, 2002)

ABSTRACT:  Using the UML, FDD (Feature Driven Development), and J2EE to Build Better Applications Faster

This conversation will revolve around the Model/Build/Deploy architecture set forth by Sun when J2EE was released.

SPEAKER BIO:  Lee Faus

Lee started his career teaching OOAD anc C++ in schools. After leaving the public school system, he worked as a professional technical trainer teaching Microsoft and Novell Classes. Lee also helped to write curriculum for Novell on their Java training initiative with Novell 5. Lee went on to teach Microsoft Developer and Sun Java Courses for a technical training company in Raleigh, NC. Here, Lee taught SL-110 and SL-275, and SL-290 for Sun. From these experiences, Lee went on to GemStone Systems as a Systems Engineer helping customers understand the J2EE specifications as well as leveraging GemStone’s PCA Architecture for Enterprise Development and Scalability. While working at GemStone, Lee was recruited by TogetherSoft to become a mentor and help share his knowledge about Java and J2EE.

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