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Next Friday, the 26th of September between 6-9pm, Epidata will carry out an EJB 3.0 Workshop, in the Engineering Department of UBA (University of Buenos Aires). The training, oriented around students and professionals of the IT area, is open and free, and will be presented by Diego Mornacco and Diego de Paz Sierra, both professionals from Epidata with vast experience in JEE and EJB.
During the training, the attendees will have the chance to master basic concepts of JEE architecture and the role of EJB technology within this field; designing, encoding and deploying EJBs; distinguishing the types of EJB and their different purposes and obtaining basic notions about the protocol of transactions. To take advantage of the content of the workshop, it is recommended that the attendees have basic knowledge in JAVA.
The EJB 3.0 Workshop is an immersed activity that marks the academic cooperation of Epidata, which seeks to promote the proximity and interaction of the Academy-Industry, and reinforce the bond between the academic community and the professional world.


  • Introduction to JEE architecture
  • Application Servers
  • What is an EJB?
  • History of the EJB
  • EJB Clients
  • EJB in session: Stateful and Stateless
  • Message Driven Bean (MDB)
  • Concepts related to EJB: entries, JNDI and persistence
  • Transaction protocol
  • Common problems with EJB

The EJB 3.0 Workshop is free, and requires a prior inscription

The main objectives are to position Buenos Aires as the technological centre of Latin America; attract and retain investors and strengthen the southern zone of the city

Damián SpecterGeneral director of Attention to the Investment of the Ministry of Economic Development

Moreover, Specter detailed that the industry will embrace four industries; amongst which included are those of software and hardware.

For his part, Valerio Adrián Anacleto, Managing Founder of Epidata, commented in this respect:

The success of the technology area lies in the definition of a common vision, which shows us to the world with a serious option and with national backing in front of demanding international clients who are not only looking for businesses that associate themselves with their technical challenges, but also with the backing and infrastructure necessary to confront projects of great complexity.

Adrian AnacletoManaging Founder of Epidata

He also shared the story of the first company specialised in offering services of Software Architecture with the audience, highlighting that the most important thing to start a business is to “define the vision, take it and abide by it.”

Also participating in the panel were Esteban di Tada, dean of the Department of IT Engineering in the University of Palermo (UP), Omar Eidelstein, dean of the Law Department of UP and Alec Oxenford from “”.
Within the first panel, entitled “I am a businessman…and now what do I do?” the rabbi Sergio Bergman offered a spiritual reflection on the role of the businessman:

We aspire and we want the businessmen not only to be concerned with their business but also with their part of the country”, and he added that “a city doesn’t change by initiatives of the majority, but of the transforming minority.

Sergio BergmanRabbi

Gabriel Nazar, owner and CEO of “Cardón”, was someone who also brought rapturous applause from the audience. He spoke of the transparency and sincerity of his personal experience, his errors and his prudence in the story of “Cardón”.Close to 9:00pm, Osvaldo Cornide, President of CAME, was in charge of the closing of the conference, together with Ingaramo.