...what makes this conference special is the ability to freely talk to and collaborate with other Spring developers...
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
Broadleaf Commerce, the open-source software provider for building customized eCommerce solutions, will be an exhibitor and a Gold Sponsor at the upcoming SpringOne 2GX 2015 conference. Taking place in Washington D.C. from September 14 to September 17, SpringOne 2GX 2015 is designed for application developers, solution architects, web operations, and IT teams.
Broadleaf Commerce Software Architect and SpringOne 2GX veteran, Phillip Verheyden, will be on-site at the Broadleaf booth to discuss Spring and its utilization within the Broadleaf framework. Verheyden has previously presented at the conference, speaking on how to migrate from Spring 3 to Spring 4.
After the 2014 conference, Verheyden chronicled his experience and noted significant developer interaction, stating, “The scheduled sessions are really valuable, but what makes this conference special is the ability to freely talk to and collaborate with other Spring developers to get a picture of how Spring is used in real world applications.”
Accompanying Verheyden at Broadleaf's SpringOne exhibit will be Jonathan Ball, a senior architect from Broadleaf partner Credera. With more than 18 years of information technology experience, Ball specializes in Spring, Spring MVC, and Spring Security.
Sessions presented at the SpringOne conference are intended for developers who use the open-source Spring IO technologies. Speakers will be presenting on technologies such as Groovy & Grails, Cloud Foundry, Hadoop, RabbitMQ and Tomcat technologies.
To find out more about the SpringOne 2GX 2015 conference, visit: http://springone2gx.com/.
About Broadleaf Commerce, LLC
Broadleaf Commerce is the owner of an open-source eCommerce framework targeted at facilitating the development of enterprise-class, commerce-driven sites by providing a robust data and services model, a rich administration platform, and specialized tooling that takes care of core commerce functionality – providing the framework for companies such as The Container Store, Pep Boys, and Vology. For more information, visit: http://www.broadleafcommerce.com/.