Document Engineering for Web Services and e-Business

REGISTRATIONPriceQuantity
$15.00
$0.00

Description

  • Web Services depends on XML documents that can be understood by the parties (or applications) that wish to do business. But where do these documents come from?

    [Part of the San Francisco Web Services, XML & Business Event Series]
     

    Speaker

    Bob Glushko (bio), Adjunct Professor at the University of California at Berkeley and an Engineering Fellow at Commerce One

     

    Presentation Overview

    Web Services depends on XML documents that can be understood by the parties (or applications) that wish to do business. But where do these documents come from?

    "Document Engineering" is emerging as a new discipline for specifying, designing, and implementing these XML documents and the business processes that produce and consume them. Good Document Engineering practice emphasizes the reuse of existing models or patterns, which can be found at both the implementation level in the form of EDI and XML libraries and also at the conceptual level in terms of common business processes and the organization of activities between businesses.

    Document Engineering is being taught to graduate students at UC Berkeley and has been successfully applied to problems of significant scale, including efforts to develop an enterprise data architecture for the e-Berkeley initiative and the Universal Business Language.


     

    About the Presenters

    Anchor

    Bob Glushko

    Bob Glushko is an Adjunct Professor at the University of California at Berkeley in the School of Information Management and Systems and an Engineering Fellow at Commerce One. He founded or co-founded three companies, the last of which was Veo Systems in 1997, which pioneered the use of XML for electronic commerce before its 1999 acquisition by Commerce One.


     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Thelen Reid & Priest Multipurpose Room
    101 Second Street, Second Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94105

    (Room is provided courtesy of Thelen Reid & Priest)

     

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/pizza
    7:00pm Talk begins

    (NOTE: Second and Mission--Security locks the doors at 6; buzz the security officer from the Second Street entrance for admission to the building.)
     

    Cost

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members
    Free for AAMA Members for the month of Feb 2003
    No registration required