I promised during the question and answer section of my presentation that I would post my code so everyone can have access to it. I am going to do one better and give links to all my Hazelcast source code examples. They are on GitHub so one can do a clone and pull them down via their favorite git client. I use Netbeans so if one is using Netbeans, one can open up the project contained within the checkout.
Here are three articles that explain how to use CDI. I am posting them as much for me as anyone who wants to learn about CDI
CDI Dependency Injection
CDI Dependency Injection – Tutorial II – Annotation Processing and Plugins – Java EE
CDI AOP Tutorial: Java Standard Method Interception Tutorial – Java EE
This is a great site to learn what Spring can do for your next project. http://www.theserverside.com/news/1364527/Introduction-to-the-Spring-Framework
Pardon the pun. I was doing some research on the Spring Framework when I found these links. Yes they are 5 years old but it still got me thinking in Spring.
First a little about myself. I have been developing some part of an enterprise system in Java since 1998. I have had experience with RMI, JDBC, Swing, Servlets, ADF, and OAF. I am currently studying for my Sun Certification Java Programmer 6. Here are some links I have found useful in Java developing:
http://java.sun.com – This is ground zero for Java Development news and links.
http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/ – API Specification for Java 6 SE. I have this page always open when I am programming.
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp – Download JDKs, documentation and development bundles.
Those are what I can think of now. I will post more as I think of them.