by Adam Bien

Java EE 7 Workshops

"...there's a difference between knowing the way, and coding the way"

Airport Munich, Germany

Five interactive Java EE workshops, from beginner to architect with HTML 5 and JavaScript. MUC Airport, December 2015.

Special Events:

July 2015: Testing, QA, Documentation, CD and CI of Java EE Apps

December 2016: Microservices with Java EE 7

All questions are going to be answered ...with deployable Java EE, HTML 5 and JavaScript code.

Dates and Registration

Interview, background information and podcast

Big thanks to airborne alumni from:

USA, U.K, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Latvia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, India, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Romania, Chile, Serbia, Nigeria, Dubai

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Thanks @AdamBien for another interesting & clarifying #airhacks workshop! :-)

— Sebastian Daschner (@DaschnerS) April 29, 2014

@AdamBien thank you very much for the eye-opening two days. Still not sure if i like the jsf component based approach, but jee 7 rocks!

@NoNamesFree

As a spring guy, I was skeptical that JEE6 would impress me, but was totally blown away with #JEE this week! #airhacks rocks!!

@greenstevester

Thanks for a great workshop! 4 days that totally changed my Java opinions. Definitely worth it, I can recommend!

@zemiak

Had great week in tech and learned a lot about #JEE at #airhacks with @AdamBien. Thanks and thanks for mentioning @canoo and @opendolpin ;-)

@madmas

Now back to work after 3 days of #airhacks. Got 3 certificates, 2 t-shirts and lots of useful information on #javaee Thanks a lot @AdamBien

@bweinerth

#airhacks with @AdamBien checked. Tons of JavaEE6 tips, packed with live-coding examples as takeaway. Looking forward to digest and impl.

@zziga

Driving home after 2 days of intense #airhacks Workshop with @AdamBien not only Java EE deep dive, but also lots of pragmatic tips

@niko_nava

Note to myself after day one of #airhacks training by @AdamBien: clear up with the prejudice that JavaEE is heavyweight and complicated.

@csperle

Thanks!@AdamBien. had great time in Workshop and learned a lot of about modern Java EE and Java EE UI's #HTMl5 #Angular.js #Vaadin #JavaFX..

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