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DenverJUG 4/09/2003:Davis-Anti Pattern Intro & Clark-Bitter EJB/EJB AntiPatterns

Greg Ostravich
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Denver Java User Group Meeting - 4/9/2003.
Topic: Anti-Patterns
Cost: Free!
Meeting details follow On-line Survey description.
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DenverJUG's April Meeting - WEDNESDAY APRIL 9
Basic Concepts Meeting:
Topic: Introduction to Antipatterns
Speaker Scott Davis
6-7 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, 2003
Location: Qwest Auditorium
Cost: Free
AntiPatterns are solutions that create more problems than they solve. Come learn some basic antipatterns, how to avoid them, and how to recover from them.
Learn more: http://www.denverjug.org/events/apr2003.html
Main Meeting:
Topic: Bitter EJB, Learning from Antipatterns
Speaker: Mike Clark, Clarkware Consulting
7:15-8:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, 2003
Location: Qwest Auditorium
Cost: Free
Enterprise JavaBeans is a server-side component technology intended to help solve a particular class of business problems. Despite these good intentions, the technology often comes up short. In some cases, the technologies can let us down. In others, we can stumble blindly into common pitfalls. This presentation will tour designs gone bad -- expressed as antipatterns -- when session, entity, and message-driven beans are misused.
Learn more: http://www.denverjug.org/events/apr2003.html
Here's a sample chapter (chapter 1) from Bruce Tate's Bitter Java book that describes Anti-Patterns:
http://www.manning.com/tate/chap01.pdf

AGENDA:
6 p.m. Basic Concepts
6:50 p.m. Food and soft drinks
7 p.m. Announcements
7:15-8:45 p.m. Main speaker
DIRECTIONS:
Qwest Auditorium is located downtown Denver at 1005 17th St, Denver, CO 80202. The building entrance you want is located on 17th and Arapahoe. For maps and suggestions on parking: http://www.denverjug.org/events/location.html
SPONSORS:
Door prizes sponsored by:
- Rocky Mountain Software Symposium (http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com)
- Manning Publications (http://www.manning.com/)
- Softpro Books (http://www.softpro.com)
- Noodles & Co. (http://www.noodles.com) is providing food for the speaker.
Thanks to our regular DenverJUG sponsors for supporting the Java community:
- EvolutionHosting (http://www.evolutionhosting.com/)
- Microstaff (http://www.microstaff.com/)
- Qwest (http://www.qwest.com/)
- Novell (http://novell.com)
See all sponsors: http://www.denverjug.org/community/sponsors.html
QUESTIONS
If you have questions about DenverJUG, please visit the website or contact Scott Davis, president@denverjug.org
If you are interested in speaking at a DenverJUG meeting, please contact Tom McQueeney at: vp@denverjug.org
If your company is interested in sponsoring DenverJUG events, please contact Greg Ostravich at: marketing@denverjug.org

Thanks and hope to see you there!
- Greg Ostravich
Vice President Marketing
marketing@denverjug.org
http://www.denverjug.org
[ April 07, 2003: Message edited by: Greg Ostravich ]

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