Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas
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Java / J2EE almost got me - How to survive in legacy code - Emmanuel Hugonnet, Silverpeas

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Silverpeas is a collaborative portal, now open sourced, developed as a J2EE application in 1999 by a start-up with at least 40 developers. This was the blessed time of Weblogic, Orion ... when developers knew how to code with UltraEdit, tests were unkown and CMP Entity EJBs were kings....
How can you work with such code ? How can you keep evolving your product 10 years later with only developers ?
This talk is not about the latest frameworks or technologies. There will be blood and sweat, and Chuck Norris is not going to come and save you ...
This is a first hand return from living experience, showing that nothing is lost and that there is always hope.
Don't forget when you develop an application that in 10 years there may be developers that will try to maintain and evolve YOUR code ...

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