• Software Architecture and Platform

Java SIG: Co-Hosted with the Web Services SIG



  • Java SIG Meeting on 1/24 with the Web Services SIG

    NOTE: This month, we will have a co-hosted event with the Web Services SIG on January 24th in San Jose. See the full event description for more information.



    Salesforce APIs and AppExchange

    Salesforce.com, the global leader in on-demand CRM, features award-winning Web services APIs, easily consumed in Java. Bringing in more than 20% of salesforce.com's overall traffic, the Sforce API has become the world's most used enterprise Web services API. Join us to hear how salesforce.com designed this easy-to-use API, how the architecture works, and how to make use of it to build your own applications using the ever-popular AppExchange platform.


    Chris Fry, Development Manager SalesForce

    Chris Fry is a Development Manager at Salesforce.com where he runs the Web Services team. Salesforce.com's Web Services API handles more than 30% of the traffic to the site and over 10 million calls a day. Prior to joining Salesforce he ran the Web Services team for BEA's Weblogic Server and led the Streaming API for XML (JSR-173) a Java standard. He received his PhD in Computer Science from UCSD and is an expert in XML and Web Service technologies.

    Benji Jasik, Director of Product Management SalesForce

    Benji Jasik is a Director of Product Management at Salesforce.com where he focuses on the Web Services API. Benji has been at Salesforce for over 2-1/2 years, and worked on core platform features including: the web services APIs, platform security, the AppExchange, and custom objects. He received a BSE in Computer Science from Princeton University.


    6:30-7:00 Doors open. Networking. Pizza.
    7:00-9:00 Presentations


    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members
    No charge for SDForum members
    No registration required