ACM will be holding an Introduction to Java Technology workshop this upcoming Monday, May 8th. This workshop will be similar to our workshop earlier this semester but with more focus on Java as a technology rather than the high level architecture of Java projects.

We will be requiring sign-up registration for this event so that we can keep a head count of participants and have a better understanding of our audience.

Note that if we do not have at least 10 people sign-up by this Friday (May 5th) at 12:00 PM, this workshop will be canceled.

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please register at this link:


About the presentation

This seminar aims to give the audience the knowledge to understand the full picture about Java technology, including but not limited to:

1- Java Standard Edition(Core, AWT, Swing, JavaFX, JDBC, Threads, Sockets, XML, , Security…etc)

2- Java Enterprise Edition (Servlets, JSP, JSF, EJB, JMS, JAX-RS..etc)

3- Java Micro-edition

4- Non-Standard Java frameworks and languages (Spring, Android, scala, groovy..etc)

This seminar will also include the standard Java certifications and their mapping to the developer’s career path.

And most important, it will cover the importance of Java technology for: developers, vendors and customers, this will include the market value of Java developers and the high-demand on them.

Along with the above, we will cover the various available tools and IDE’s (integrated development environment) for Java technology development.

About the speaker

Jalal Kiswani is a seasoned Java technology architect and full stack developer with more than 15 years solid experience in developing all levels of software applications from single user programs to country-wide systems for different domains including but not limited to: banking, governments, education, telecom and many others.

Jalal is certified Expert in Java Server faces by Oracle, and certified professional in Java SE, Java Server Pages, Enterprise Java Beans and others, with 6 certifications from Oracle and Sun microsystems.

Also, Jalal has written many technical publications about Java technology, also he developed many open-source projects for the frameworks and API’s which he has developed during his software development journey.

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