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Why the name Seam ?

 
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A simple question:
Why the name Seam ?
Did Gavin King choose it ?
 
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Because it weaves JSF and EJB 3 together. Shortly after, it became weaving JSF and transactional JavaBeans together. After that it became to weave JSF and Spring beans together. There is a lot of weaving.

...and you got it right. Seam is not an acronym, even though you see it that way many times.
[ August 05, 2008: Message edited by: Dan Allen ]
 
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