Salt Lake Software Symposium
June 16 - 17, 2006 - Salt Lake City, UT
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Learn to use Spring AOP, aspect injection. and AspectJ integration.
Spring provides powerful support for Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP), via
Spring Advisors Dependency Injection for Aspects Integration with AspectJ
In this session you will learn to use Spring AOP in real-world settings. We'll start with the basics of programmatic pointcuts, advice, and joint points. Then, we'll integrate these into the application Spring-style, using Dependency Injection.
With the basics out of the way, we'll move to meatier questions, including:
How (and when) should I step up to AspectJ? How are Aspects implemented, and what are the performance implications? What are the alternatives to Aspects?
Attendees will get more out of this presentation if they have a basic knowledge of Spring and Dependency Injection.
About Justin Gehtland
Justin is the co-founder of Relevance, a consulting/training/research organization located in the Research Triangle of North Carolina. Justin has been developing applications with static and dynamic languages since 1992. He has written code with Java, .NET, C#, Visual Basic, Perl, Python and Ruby. He loves to talk, especially in front of people, but all by himself in the corner if he must. Justin is currently focused on: Rails (because its the law), Spring (because Java isn't going anywhere) and security (because paranoia is your friend).More About Justin »