Peter Broadhurst 120000EDQP Tags:  javaee was developer jee topology mdb wmq mq sandbox webapp 1 Comment 11,029 Views
With the recent announcement of IBM WebSphere MQ Advanced for Developers, I thought it would be interesting to provide an example of using it with IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile.
So here is a a full set of instructions that should get you up and running with sample topology and apps from this developerWorks article (assuming you've already installed MQ before you begin).
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T.Rob Wyatt 100000R8QH Tags:  events developer wtc t.rob wmq mq websphere education 10,444 Views
The 2012 WTC has been announced. Save the date, it is 15 - 18 October, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Click here for more information or to register.
WTC is the largest European annual technical event dedicated to WebSphere products and solutions. There are over 150 unique sessions across 6 tracks!
This conference has earned the reputation for delivering deep technical content targeted at architects, developers, integrators and administrators by offering lectures and hands-on labs that focus on the best practices and practical skills required to run today’s enterprises. This year will be no exception!
Attend the WebSphere Technical Convention and expand your knowledge of SOA, CICS, Messaging WebSphere Application Servers and Infrastructure, including a focus on BPM and Cloud Computing. You can also expect to gain insight into IBM’s software strategy and learn about the latest development directions for the products in the WebSphere software platform.
The Conference Team is building a great technical agenda. Content is being organized into the following tracks:
Looking forward to meeting you in Berlin!