Scott Hanselman

Infoworld SOA Executive Forum

October 25, 2005 Comment on this post [0] Posted in Programming
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I'll be at the Infoworld SOA Executive Forum November 7-8 in NYC. I'll be on two panels:

November 7th 3:30pm - 4:30pm - Technology: A Developer's-Eye View of the Services Infrastructure
Development is different in an SOA environment; this session explains how and why, and what the implications are for enterprise development management.

  • Moderated by Jon Udell, Lead Analyst, InfoWorld
  • Jim Culbert, VP, Engineering, Avicon Group, Inc.
  • Peter Yared, Founder & CEO, Active Grid, Inc.
  • Scott Hanselman, Chief Architect, Corillian
  • Tim Ewald, Architect, Mindreef Software
  • Furrukh Khan, Director of Technology, Collaborative for Applied Software Technology, Ohio State University

Tim'll be there, so that's cool as sparks always fly when we are chatting about angle brackets. There's some pretty interesting folks on the panel, including the former CTO of Sun's Liberty Initiative so expect some good technical fun.

November 8th 10:45am - 11:30am - SOA Application Case Studies (presentation)
In a pair of case studies from banking and health care, two practicioners roll up their sleeves and show you how they've used SOA in mission-critical situations.

  • Moderated by Jon Udell, Lead Analyst, InfoWorld
  • Scott Hanselman, Chief Architect, Corillian
  • Furrukh Khan, Dir of Technology, Collaborative for Applied Software Technology, Ohio State University

Furrukh and I were mentioned separately in a recent Infoworld article as examples of SOA in practice. We'll be presenting our thoughts on WS-* and our solutions during a second breakout on the 8th.

 

About Scott

Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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