The Art of Metaprogramming in Java
Metaprograming is the dirty little secret behind the success of many Java frameworks such as Spring and Struts2, and constitutes the backbone of many of the most fundamental APIs across the JEE technology stack. This session aims introduce the topic and highlight, with code examples, the different mechanisms and techniques to take advantage of this underused feature of the Java Programming Language.
This session will adopt a learn-by-example approach that combines the philosophy and theory behind metaprogramming with concrete code examples. The audience will be walked real-life scenarios to highlight the benefits of this technique such as minimizing the number of lines of code, reduced development time, and greater flexibility, etc… Design patterns, and best practices will be picked up along the way.
No previous knowledge or exposure to the topic is required, but an intermediate understanding of Java SE is expected.
A software developer and technology enthusiast at heart and by profession. Particularly interested in technology evangelism and enterprise software development and architecture. Experienced in Java Enterprise Applications and RIA technologies. President and Founder of a number of organizations namely The Silicon Valley Spring User Group, and The NorCal Java User Group. Abdel is a frequent speaker at a numner of developer conferences including JavaOne and many user groups and community events.
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