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Floyd's talk is titled "An Architect's Guide to 20 Design Patterns for EJB". He will present a detailed look at 20 cutting edge design patterns for designing and implementing EJB technology-based applications for the J2EE platform. The design patterns presented are essential for any developer looking to build scalable, reliable, and fault tolerant applications.

Floyd Marinescu is one of the worlds leading experts on EJB Design Patterns. He is author of the best seller "EJB Design Patterns" (2002, John Wiley and Sons), and he architected, built, and runs TheServerSide.com, the world's leading J2EE community, with over 155,000 members. Floyd has written numerous EJB design patterns, and worked heavily with the community to foster EJB best practices. He has written countless articles, and is a frequent speaker at major Java conferences. Floyd also works for The Middleware Company, a training and consulting company specializing in EJB and J2EE. He can be reached at floyd@middleware-company.com.
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Sorry, that's tonight at 7PM. See www.jug.org for details.
 
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