Enterprise JavaBeans is a specification and architecture for the development and deployment of distributed server side, transactional, and secure application components. The EJB architecture is the basis J2EE. Application developers focus on business rules and leave the infrastructural service-related issues to the application container and server. Learn what the programming side of Enterprise JavaBeans includes in updated articles, tips and news.
Tomcat performance optimization consolidating log files
05 May 2013
Tip - By default Tomcat uses several log file handlers, but performance can easily be optimized by configuring the server to use only one.
Water-Scrum-fall: It's a phenomenally bad methodology
07 Jun 2012
Video Tip - The bottom line? You're either Agile or you're not, and if you're not, using water-Scrum-fall to squeeze in Agile methodologies may only create problems and resentment.
Dependency Injection in Java EE 6 (Part 6)
15 Mar 2011
Tip - In this last article of the series, we will cover portable extensions, available implementations as well as CDI alignment with Seam, Spring and Guice.
Keeping Your Transactions Out of your Data Access Objec
31 Aug 2010
Tip - Keeping Your Transactions Out of your Data Access Objects
Dependency Injection in Java EE 6: Conversatios(Part 4)
13 May 2010
Tip - This series of articles introduces Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE (CDI), a key part of the Java EE 6 platform. Standardized via JSR 299, CDI is the de-facto API for comprehensive next-generation type-safe dependency injection as well as...