Advanced Java Concepts: Web 2.0 and AJAX

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REGISTRATION
Seating is limited. Please return the attached
registration form as soon as possible. The reg
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istration fee is $125. The deadline for registra
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tion is Friday, June 9. For further information,
call (414) 229-3992. Online registration is
available at www.cti.sba.uwm.edu.
MEALS
A continental breakfast and lunch are in
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cluded in registration. Breakfast is served at
8 AM.
PARKING
Parking is available in the UWM Union Parking
Structure. The entrance to the structure is lo
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cated on the north side of Kenwood Boulevard
between Downer and Maryland Avenues. The
Lubar School of Business is located at 3202
N. Maryland Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
53211.
UWM Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business
Center for Technology Innovation
presents
UWM Lubar School of Business

Center for Technology Innovation
The Center for Technology Innovation

(CTI) was established in 2000 at the University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Lubar School of
Business to facilitate an alliance between
the School’s resources in management
information systems and the business
community. Dr. William (Dave) Haseman,
Wisconsin Distinguished Professor in the MIS
area, is the Center's Director.
For more information about the UWM Lubar
School of Business Center for Technology
Innovation, including the recently organized
Work Groups focusing on:

1) SOA and Web Services, and
2) SAP NetWeaver and Portals,
please contact:

Professor William D. Haseman
UWM Lubar School of Business
P.O. Box 742
Milwaukee, WI 53201
(414) 229-4357
e-mail: daveh@uwm.edu
Web: www.cti.sba.uwm.edu
Center for Technology Innovation
P.O. Box 742
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Friday, June 16, 2006
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business
Room N146
UWM Campus
a full-day seminar
featuring
Sang Shin
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Advanced
Java Concepts:
Web 2.0 and AJAX

A special $115 discounted rate is

available for UWM MIS Alumni.
PRESORTED
FIRST-CLASS MAIL
U.S. POSTAGE PAID
MILWAUKEE, WI
PERMIT NO. 864
OVERVIEW
The Web is going through the second wave of
its evolution and some people call it

Web 2.0. Whether Web 2.0 is considered
hype or not, there are indeed a set of concrete
technologies such as AJAX (Asynchronous
JavaScript + XML) that make the Web of today
far more interactive, responsive, exciting, and
useful than it used to be.
This workshop starts with a lecture that
discusses the basic concept of AJAX and the
core technologies (JavaScript, CSS, DOM,
and XMLHttpRequest) that make up the
AJAX. The workflow of AJAX operation is also
discussed in detail using an example. The
workshop then discusses various frameworks
and toolkits that are available for building
AJAX applications--mainly DoJo toolkit and
DWR (Direct Web Remoting). Finally, the AJAX
development tools such as debugger, DOM
inspector, and logging tool are discussed. A
hands-on lab session will follow the lecture.
About the Hands-on Lab
Attendees are welcome to bring their own
laptop. The computing lab facilities of UWM’s
Lubar School of Business will also be available
to those who cannot bring their own laptop.
The hands-on labs are downloaded from the
following website:
http://www.javapassion.com/ajaxcodecamp/
A limited quantity of CD’s will also be available
for on-site installation.
TOPICS
Web 2.0 and AJAX Basics
AJAX Frameworks and Libraries
DoJo Toolkit
DWR (Direct Web Remoting)
JSF/AJAX Integration
AJAX Tools: Editors, Debuggers, DOM
Inspector
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is intended for Web application
developers who want to build more
responsive and more interactive applications
leveraging AJAX technologies.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Sang Shin is presently working as a Java and
Solaris Technology Architect, Consultant,
and Evangelist. He frequently gives talks to
worldwide developer audiences on various
Java technologies such as Java EE (formerly
J2EE), Java SE, Java ME, and Web application
frameworks and Web services technologies.
Whenever he finds time, he also teaches one
of the three software engineering courses
(“J2EE Programming,” “Web Services
Programming,” “XML”) at Brandeis University
in Massachusetts. He currently teaches the
“J2EE Programming (with Passion!)” online
course. This online course can be taken
through www.javapassion.com/j2ee.
Center for Technology Innovation • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business
Advanced Java Concepts: Web 2.0 and AJAX
featuring
Sang Shin,
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
REGISTRATION FORM
ADVANCED JAVA CONCEPTS: WEB 2.0 AND AJAX
Friday, June 16, 2006 — 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — UWM Lubar School of Business, Room N146
Please reserve _______ seat(s) at $125.00 each.
Please reserve _______ seat(s) at the UWM MIS Alumni discounted rate of $115 each. Degree ___________ Year Earned
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Return to: Gail Schemberger, Center for Technology Innovation, UWM Lubar School of Business, P.O. Box 742, Milwaukee, WI 53201
Phone: (414) 229-3992 Fax: (414) 229-4477
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, June 9, 2006 Registration fees are nonrefundable.
COORDINATOR
Dr. Huimin Zhao, Assistant Professor in the
MIS area at the Lubar School of Business,
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, will
coordinate this workshop.
Additional Workshop information can be
found at: www.cti.sba.uwm.edu/workshop
CENTER PARTNERS