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Eberhard Wolff, Track Host, Regional Director, SpringSource GmbH

 Eberhard  Wolff

Eberhard Wolff has been working as a developer, consultant and trainer for enterprise solutions based on Java technologies ever since Java became available. He has authored three books including the first German book on Spring. He regularly contributes to conferences and writes articles for several journals. Eberhard is a founding member of the Java Champions and works as Regional Director for SpringSource in Germany.

Presentation: "Operations and Monitoring with Spring"

Time: Monday 13:30 - 14:30

Location: Archauz


So you have finished the development of your Spring based application and it is ready for production. Spring gives you a lot of freedom - so which platform should the application run on? And how are you going to monitor it? Often these challenges are the real ones.

This talk will give you an insight on the possibilities - ranging from the well established Java EE server to the lightweight Tomcat / tc Server and the more advanced dm Server. We will also see how to monitor these environments as well as Spring applications running on them.

Presentation: "Meet and Greet with SpringSource"

Time: Monday 16:15 - 17:15

Location: Archauz

Abstract: An informal networking session with SpringSource speakers: Arjen Poutsma, Eberhard Wolff, Graeme Rocher and Rod Johnson.

Presentation: "Typical Java Problems in the Wild"

Track: Java Now

Time: Tuesday 16:15 - 17:15

Location: Lille Sal

Abstract: If you do code and project reviews on a regular basis you discover certain patterns that are - unfortunately - quite common. This talks shows them - and of course it also explains how to avoid them or get rid of them. While some are related to code we will not stop at that level - problems in design and architecture might be just as bad or even worse.

Keywords: Java, code quality, code reviews, lessons learned

Target audience: Developers, architects and technical project leads can learn what to focus on in projects and avoid typical problems in their projects.