The evening was as always excellent by the JBUG Munich.
Pete gave a talk about the new JSR 299 - Contexts and Dependency and Dependency Injection for Java EE. Even though the name of the JSR 299 is very long, Pete started with some backgrounds of this JSR, about loose coupling with events, interceptors and decorators and then he explained which extras will be provided by Web Beans (Tomcat/Jetty support, Java SE, OSGI Containers, ..) and also about some features which can be used in any JSR299 Env. (Seam 2 bridge, Spring bridge, and Wicket support) and He also talked about the future of SEAM 3 and then he jumped into the concepts und status for the first release of the Web Beans RI.
If you want to know more about the presentation, here is the slide of the JSR 299 C & D & DI.