• WS SIG (SV): How the Web was Won Tuesday, September 25, 2001 - 06:30PM
    Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley
    1250 Charleston Road
    Mountain View, CA 94043
    Web Apps & E-Commerce

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WS SIG (SV): How the Web was Won

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Description

  • Web services standards and how App Servers figure to play an important role in the Web services space.
     

    Speaker

    Michael Smith Jr., Principal Evangelist - BEA

    View Michael's presentation as a PDF.
     

    Moderator

    David Nielsen, President - Persistent Web Technologies

    Presentation Overview

    The App Server has become the primary platform for informaion exchange via the Internet. Michael will give a presentation entitled "How the Web was Won" focusing on Web services standards and how App Servers figure to play an important role in the Web services space.
     

    Speaker Profile

    Michael Smith Jr.

    Prior to BEA Michael was the CTO of MetaMarkets.com. Michael has been working with Java and web related technoligies since 1996 and was originally an employee of Weblogic, Inc. prior to the BEA acquisition. Michael started the second Java user group in the U.S. (http://www.sacjug.org) and has been actively involved in helping Fortune 1000 companies become early adopters of Java for mission critical business functions.
     

    Moderator Profile

    David Nielsen

    David was one of the first developers in the world to be certified on Microsoft’s first application server, Active Server Pages. David was also one the first to teach others how to develop database-driven eCommerce sites on the Microsoft Site Server E-Commerce platform. For almost a decade, David has worked and shared ideas with many of the leading developers in the Internet community ensuring that his company, Persistent Web, is in the forefront of all the latest market trends and technological developments.

    In addition to founding Persistent Web, David continues to remain at the forefront of emerging technologies and lends his technological and strategic expertise to clients building Internet applications and Web Services. David is also the founder and Chair of the Web Services SIG.

    Location

    Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley
    1250 Charleston Road
    Mountain View, CA 94043

    Agenda

    6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/refreshments
    7:00-8:30pm presentation
    8:30-9:00pm Q&A
     

    Cost

    $10 for non-SDForum Members
    No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
    No registration required

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