Seam Talk at GeeCON

I am speaking at the GeeCON conference in Cracow this Friday. The presentation is called “Seam for Spring Developers” and will be a fast-track introduction to Seam and a “Seamish” way of thinking for those already experienced with other Java web frameworks, like Spring. If you are around, make sure to choose Room 5 at […]

Seam Exam (beta) @ JavaBlackBelt

Together with Matthias Merz we created Seam – Basic Exam at JavaBlackBelt. It verifies general understanding of the Seam 2.0 concepts, required to implement a simple Seam application. The exam is now in the beta stage, which means it is available publicly and you can take the (beta) exam, which does not count for your […]

Guicy Seam

Introducing @Guice annotation You may already have heard about Seam being a “deep integration framework” and Google Guice providing lightweight dependency injection. The news is that you can now easily use Seam together with Guice. The WebBeans specification is built upon concepts from both of those frameworks. Since Seam provides Spring support in the IoC […]