Events at a Glance
February 24-26, 2010
March 17-19, 2010
April 14-16, 2010
Interview with Emil Ong, Caucho® Chief Evangelist, at the 2009 Google I/O Developer Sandbox. Q&A about Quercus (Caucho’s implementation of PHP in Java) on the Google App Engine.
Listen to Emil’s interview
Caucho’s Social Media
November 2, 2009
Reza Rahman, member of the Java EE 6 and Java EJB 3.1 expert groups, joins Caucho’s engineering team
Reza has worked with Java EE since the mid-nineties developing in many platforms including Tomcat, JBoss, Glassfish, WebSphere and WebLogic. His experience in enterprise systems includes the e-commerce, publishing, financial and telecommunications industries. He is the co-author of EJB 3 in Action and a frequent speaker at world-wide industry conferences and Java User Groups (JUG).
Reza’s interest in distributed systems, messaging, middleware and persistence led him to join Caucho’s core engineering team and help expand our technology outreach program. We are proud to have Reza be a part of the Caucho® team! Be on the look out for Reza at your next Java related event.
Read Reza’s bio.
Reza Rahman’s presentations a success at TheServerSide Java Symposium in Europe
Reza Rahman presented: “EJB 3.1: A Preview” and “Integrating EJB 3 and Spring” last week at TheServerSide Java Symposium in Prague to enthusiastic developers. There was a great deal of interest in EJB 3.1 and on how Caucho® is implementing the Java EE Web Profile. Developers were also excited by Caucho’s work on CanDI (JSR-299) and the scalability architecture of Resin’s Cloud Computing support. Read Caucho’s press release about Reza’s presentations at TSSJS-Europe.
Quercus now features a command line interface (CLI)
In Resin 4.0.2, you can run Quercus on the command line prompt as a standard application as opposed to having Quercus run on top of an application server. The command-line interface (CLI) is easier to use than the javax.script API that comes with Java 1.6. The CLI behaves similarly to PHP’s CLI. Read more about Quercus CLI.
Resin Administration Training
Caucho’s Resin Administration training course designed for system administrators and system architects will be held in San Francisco and London. Onsite training is available for groups of 10 or more participants. Please contact us for a quote. The class is taught by senior Caucho® engineers and provides participants with a broad understanding of Resin application server intricacies and some of the latest developments in Java programming. Lectures are accompanied by lab exercises.
Resin administration training includes these valuable skills:
Tip of the Month
Handling file uploads with Servlet 3.0
Caucho® Engineer, Alex Rojkov, has been working on Resin’s Early Access implementation of Servlet 3.0. As a follow-up to last month’s informative blog post on Servlet 3.0′s annotations, Alex has written an overview of how to handle file uploads using the upcoming standard. Check out the post, complete with code samples, on our blog.
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