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Michael Deskis

Michael Deskis - Mr. Deskis has twenty years of exposure in the design, construction and implementation of mainframe and client/server application systems.  His experience ranges from programming in a variety of languages (COBOL, Assembler, C and Java®) through database design and into data warehousing. The breadth of his exposure ranges from large-scale mainframe operations to smaller client/server systems allowing him to articulate solutions to many types of business scenarios and understand the implications of system migrations.

During his most recent tenures he has been worked closely with IBM utilizing their Visual Warehouse product to migrate legacy systems to smaller more user-responsive enterprise data warehouses with Java-enabled front-ends.  He is one of a select few individuals authorized by IBM to teach their Visual Warehouse Business Intelligence and VisualAge for Java® curriculum in North American.  In 1998, IBM ranked their entire worldwide instructor/developmental staff based upon student evaluation forms and Mr. Deskis was ranked in the top 3% of all global instructors used by IBM. 

Course Features:
Course Outline TXT
Chapter 1
J2EE Overview
Ecommerce Environment
Development Paths
N-Tier Architecture Approach
Roll of a Browser
3 Implementations of Java Language
J2EE Extensions API
J2EE Architecture
Java Database Connectivity "JDBC"
J2EE Packaging
Web.xml File
Chapter 1 Summary
Chapter 2
Java Servlets
Types of Java Programs
Characteristics of Java Servlets
Illustrating Servlet Processing
Advantages of Java Servlets
Servlet Class Hierarchy
Servlet Lifecycle
Components of an HTTP Server
Request & Response Objects
Demo - Building a Servlet
Role of an HTML Form
HTML FORM Source & Sample
Demo - Servlet Interaction
What is HTTP Processing?
Demo - Extracting Information
Java Servlet API
Servlet Request Handling
Request Methods for Input Data
Chapter 2 Summary
Chapter 3
J2EE Applications
Web Application Structure
Servlet Tags
Demo - Structure of J2EE Projects
Chapter 3 Summary
Chapter 4
Session Management
Session Support
Creating a Session Object
HttpSession Methods
Demo - Sessions
Session Invalidation
Illustrating Request Dispatcher
Application Performance
Persistent Sessions
Chapter 4 Summary
Chapter 5
Illustrating JavaBeans
Rules of JavaClasses
Visual Logic Beans
Demo - Building a JavaBean Class
Servlet/JSP Model
Demo - Inserting a JavaBean
Chapter 5 Summary
Chapter 6
JavaServer Pages
JSP Document Components
Approach: Advantages & Disadvantages
Server-Side Scripting
JSP Translation
JSP Forwarding
Demo - Creating a JSP Document
JSP Components
JSP Implicit Objects
include and taglib Directive
JSP Expression
JSP Scriplet & Comment
Distinct JSP Disadvantages
JSP Action Tags
Servlets & JavaBeans
Demo - Inclusion of JavaBeans & Servlets
useBean Translation
Chapter 6 Summary
Chapter 7
Java Database Connectivity
Different Types of Drivers
JDBC V2.0 Environment Connections
Accessing Connection Pools
Creating Connections
Using StringBuffer & ResultSet Object
Demo - Relational Database Access Program
Result Set Table
Demo - JavaBean & JavaServer Page Capabilities
Chapter 7 Summary
Chapter 8
Enterprise JavaBeans
Benefits of Enterprise JavaBean Development
Comparing JavaBeans & EJB's
Illustrating EJB's
Session EJB's
Demo - Building an Enterprise JavaBean
Staple Session Beans
Message EJB's
Naming Overview
Demo - Creating an EJB Client
Chapter 8 Summary
Chapter 9
J2EE Security
4 Processes of J2EE Security
Security Layers
Application Authentication
WebSphere Security Policies
Security Delegation Policy
Chapter 9 Summary
Chapter 10
Custom JSP Tags
JSP Components
Defining Tag Handler
Deploying Tag Libraries
Demo - Custom JSP Tags
Chapter 10 Summary