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Uwyn presents two sessions at TheServerSide Java Symposium 2006

March 29, 2006

Geert Bevin of Uwyn has presented two technical sessions at the annual TheServerSide Java Symposium in Las Vegas.

The content was focused on Uwyn's Java framework, RIFE with one session covering a revolutionary concept in web application development, called continuations.

The slides of both presentations can be downloaded from our resources section.

RIFE and its concepts are slowly gaining acceptance in the Java community, as industry leaders like Gavin King calls it "very innovative and interesting" and says it's "seeding the community with new ideas", and Bruce Tate regularly uses it as Java's answer to modern programming techniques in his Crossing Borders series at IBM developerWorks.

Uwyn's creative approach to solving difficult problems without losing focus on productivity and maintainability is also catching headlines, most notably in today's breaking application development news on eWeek.

Geert Bevin is invited at TheServerSide Java Symposium in Europe later this year, to talk about the same topics.