JAVA SIG: ILOG JViews & Rich Web Clients & Lazlo Presentation Server

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Description

  • Monthly Meeting of the JAVA SIG

     

    Speakers

    Dan Jeffrey, Technical Account Manager - ILOG

    Max Carlson - Laszlo Systems

    David Temkin - Laszlo Systems





     

    Presentation Overview - ILOG JViews

    ILOG JViews makes it easy to add new graphics to your Java applications and web sites. This powerful suite of Java components makes it easy to create exciting 2D displays in a very short time. Join us as we create a cool user interface from scratch -- showing maps, charts, graphs, and Gantt charts -- based on ad-hoc requirements provided by the audience. We'll create a crazy, colorful Java application to make Rube Goldberg proud.



    ILOG is a worldwide component software vendor. Dan now specializes in ILOG's visualization products, but has years of experience working with all three of ILOG's product categories: business rules, optimization, and visualization. Dan "speaks" Java, C, C++, VB, C#,and Assembly.





     

    Presentation Overview - Rich Web Clients and the Lazlo Presentation Server

    In this session, David Temkin and Max Carlson from Laszlo systems will demonstrate Laszlo's XML-native approach to developing highly interactive, rich applications which run in any browser today. The overview will include demonstrations of Laszlo applications, including applications deployed on Earthlink and Yahoo, and will discuss the Laszlo platform's Java-based server architecture, its client architecture, and its XML application language, with particular emphasis on its data binding capabilities. The presenters will write and modify source code and demonstrate how Laszlo integrates into J2EE on the server and takes advantage of Macromedia's ubiquitous Flash player as a rendering engine on the client.





     

    About the Speakers

    Dan Jeffrey, Technical Account Manager, ILOG

    ILOG is a worldwide component software vendor. Dan now specializes in ILOG's visualization products, but has years of experience working with all three of ILOG's product categories: business rules, optimization, and visualization. Dan "speaks" Java, C, C++, VB, C#, and Assembly.

     

    David Temkin C.T.O., V.P. of Engineering, Laszlo Systems, Inc.

    Under David Temkin's direction, Laszlo has developed its product suite and has extended operations to both coasts of the United States. Before founding Laszlo, Temkin was senior director of engineering at Excite@Home where he led a team of 55 engineers, designers and technical writers responsible for developing the company's consumer software. Prior to Excite@Home, Temkin was an engineering manager in the Newton division at Apple Computer and developed enterprise software at EDS. Temkin graduated from Brown University in 1989 with a double major in Computer Science and History. He is named on four software patents.

     

    Max Carlson, Software Architect, Laszlo Systems, Inc.

    Max has more than 8 years experience designing, developing, and optimizing database applications, Internet and intranet sites, CD-ROMs and multimedia presentations. In 1999, Carlson was a Senior Software Engineer with Flying Packets Communications, a start-up specializing in web-based wireless applications for emerging 802.11 network technologies. Prior to that position, Carlson was a software engineer with Excite@Home, where he led the Flash infrastructure group. Before then, Carlson was lead web developer with Digital Creators, where he managed a team of 17 web application developers on projects for clients such as GTE, US West.net, O¹Reilly and Associates Publishers and Teletech.





     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Cubberly Community Center

    4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1

    Palo Alto, CA 94105

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00 Doors open. Networking. Pizza.

    7:00-7:50 "ILOG JViews"

    7:50-8:10 Announcements. Break. Give-Aways.

    8:10-9:00 "Rich Clients and Laszlo's Presentation Server"

     

    Cost

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members

    No charge for SDForum members

    Please call 408.494.8378 for student memberships

    No registration required



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