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. 10th edition, March 2015.

Winter Special Events in January: Microservices with Java EE 7 and Java 8, Java EE 7 on Java 8: more power on less code and (day after) Java EE 7 Testing, Deployment, Automation and Code Quality.

All questions are going to be answered ...with deployable Java EE code.

Dates and Registration

Interview, background information and podcast

Big thanks to airborne alumni from the following countries:

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

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..

@yooynas