24th June 2004
Exclusive WebSphere V6 / Rational Application Developer V6 beta tester in Switzerland
Martin Weiss Informatik was nominated by IBM as the exclusive WebSphere V6 / Rational Application Developer V6 beta tester in Switzerland.
14th April 2003
Redbook "EJB 2.0 Development with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer"
The book has been written by four IBM employees and Martin Weiss and includes:
- Introduction in EJB 2.0
- Development of EJB 2.0 components with WSAD 5.0
- Implementation of several EJB clients, e.g. a Struts-based web front-end
- Deployment on WebSphere 5.0
After a six months development time the redbook is now available in the final form.
17th August 2002
Course "EJB 2.0 Development with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer 5.0"
- The new Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 features: local interface, 2.0 container-managed persistence, relationships, EJB query language, message-driven beans, home business methods
- WebSphere extensions to the specifications: inheritance, access intent, application profiling
- Developing and testing of EJB 2.0 applications with WSAD 5.0
- EJB design (best practices and performance aspects)
The course can be customized dependent on your requirements and skills-level.
Course inquiries via Contact.
25th April 2002
Co-author of the upcoming IBM Redbook 'EJB 2.0 Development with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer'
IBM's International Technical Support Organization (ITSO) has nominated Martin Weiss as a co-author of the EJB 2.0 Redbook. Planned availability is end of 2002
29th March 2002
More than one hundred application developers taught
Since the foundation of the company in February 2001 Martin Weiss has taught more than one hundred EJB and WebSphere developers
14th January 2002
Course "Development of EJB 2.0 with IBM WebSphere Technology for Developers"
IBM WebSphere Technology for Developers
(WTD) is the first certified J2EE 1.3 Application Server and a Technology Preview of the next version of the IBM WebSphere Application Server. Through this certification, IBM emphasizes its leading role in the Application Server market. BEA WebLogic, the main competitor for WebSphere, is currently not certified to J2EE 1.3.
The three-day course covers the new EJB 2.0 functions, such as local interface, 2.0 container-managed persistence, relationships, EJB query language, and message-driven beans. IBM WebSphere Technology Developer is used in the practical part of the workshop.
The course gives you the opportunity to bring your development team well and truly up to date with the very latest technology.
Do you want to bet that 2002 will be an EJB year ...
Course inquiries via Contact.
9th January 2002
Support for EJB 2.0 Quality Assurance in WebSphere
Martin Weiss Informatik is supporting the IBM development team in its testing of the EJB 2.0 functionality in the WebSphere Application Server
26th November 2001
HTML Bank is on-line
This application is one of the first e-banking solutions in Europe that runs on the IBM WebSphere Application Server and which makes use of Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) technology. This client-capable application is in use at Zurich Kantonalbank (ZBK) and at a further ten cantonal banks
9th November 2001
An expanded course offering Enterprise JavaBeans, IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 4.0, and IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer 4.0