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   Conference program for NEXTWARE Spring 2002 (May 20-23, Baltimore)

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NEXTWARE Spring 2002 is a conference about next-generation software
technology with a focus on XML and Web Services. NEXTWARE will run
concurrently with SERVICE NETWORKS 2002 and CONNECTED HOME 2002 at the
Baltimore Convention Center from May 20-23.

These keynote speakers will share their expertise, insights and vision of
the next wave of Web computing:

· Dr. Jean-François Abramatic (W3C Chairman and Senior Vice-President R&D,
· Robert W. Bickel (General Manager, Middleware Division, Hewlett-Packard
· Dr. Robert Sutor (Director, eBusiness Standards Strategy, IBM).

The keynote panel discussion includes Adam Bosworth (VP Engineering, BEA),
Robert W. Bickel (General Manager, Middleware Division, Hewlett-Packard
Company), Dr. Richard Mark Soley (Chairman and CEO, Object Management
Group), and Dr. Robert Sutor (Director, eBusiness Standards Strategy, IBM).

A distinguished faculty will teach eight pre-conference tutorials on May 20
and 98 sessions in seven tracks during the main conference (May 21-23).
There are five tracks with technical content and two tracks for
decisionmakers. The schedule, session abstracts, and faculty list will be
available at www.nextwareexpo.com.

May 20 Tutorials
Building .NET Web Services
A Comprehensive Technical Overview of Web Services
Designing Markup for Precision Retrieval of Text and Narrative Documents
Document Analysis and Markup Design
Essential XML
Thin Clients, Fat Databases, and Web Services
UDDI Workshop: Software Development and Integration with Web Services
XQuery Tutorial

May 21-23 Presentations
Access Control for Consumer Profile Sharing
BizTalk Server: Coordinating Business Processes on Both Sides of the
Building Standards-based Web Services with J2EE
Collaborative Applications with Java Technology
Core Services Framework: An Open, Standards-based Framework for Java
Developing Web Services with Java
eBusiness, Application Integration and Dynamic XML Servers
SOAP and Java: Beyond the Basics
Transactions in a Web Services World
Transaction Reliability in Web Services
Using JSP and XML Together
Xbeans Release Two
Access Control for Consumer Profile Sharing
Apache eXtensible Interaction System (AXIS): A Web Service Toolkit
Dynamic Graphical Interface Systems
Generating Business Graphics with XSLT and SVG
JAX Pack: Java APIs for XML
Mastering XPath
OASIS Standards on Web Services for Interactive Applications
WSDL 101
XHTML: XML for Client-side Development
The XML API Shoot-out
XML to Object Binding using SAX and JAXB
XMLC: A Clean Alternative to Page Templates
XSLT Techniques from the Vendor-neutral Testing Activity
Architecting Web Services
ebXML and Web Services
Enterprise Application Integration for Developers
Leveraging eBusiness Integration to Achieve Useful Web Services and Beyond
Leveraging Web Services for Application Integration
Securing Extranet Applications
Topic Maps, Portals and Information Management
Understanding J2EE Connector Architecture
Understanding UDDI
Web Services, WSDL and UDDI
Architectures for Wireless Handheld Computing
Building Voice and Wireless Applications with Web Services
Creating Custom Events in Web Services
Design Strategies for Developing VoiceXML Applications
Error Handling in Web Services
Implementing .NET Alerts
Integrate the Power of Synchronized Multimedia into Web Pages
Mobile Application Messaging
Mobilizing Business Processes
The Role of Voice in Data Convergence
SAML Basics
Services Anywhere
Web Services Standards
Are You Ready for XML Schemas?
Beyond Web Services: XML Tuplespaces
Conceptual Modeling, XLink, RDF and XML Schema
Finding and Updating Data: SQL? XPath? XQuery?
How Does XML Fit in with Existing Data Access Standards?
Leveraging ADO.NET's XML Features
Mapping Documents to Databases
Providing a Relational View over XML Data
Querying XML Documents
RDF: Breaking Out of the Labs
RDF's Role in Knowledge Management and Web Services
Serializing Relational Query Results in XML
SQLX: Bringing SQL and XML Together
Taxonomies and Indexing
Understanding XML Schema
Weaving the Semantic (eBusiness) Web
XML Namespaces
XML Query Workshop
Web Services: The Third Way
Can Web Services Save B2B ?
How to Profit from Web Services and Share Revenues among Your Partners
Infrastructure for eBusiness and Web Services
IT Infrastructure Roadmap
Global Business Integration Strategies
Six Technologies in Search of a Market (Web Services, B2B, EAI, Java, XML,
B2B Exchanges
Bringing Geography to the Borderless Internet
eBusiness Integration for Useful Web Services and Beyond
Exposing Midrange Data and Applications with .NET
Guaranteed Business Exchange: Securely Exchanging Vital Data over the
Global Business Integration Strategies
Lessons Learned Deploying SOAP/ebXML Web Services in the Energy Industry
The .NET Free Zone
Reusable Web Services: A Case Study
Using SOAP to Solve Platform Interoperability
Using Standards-based XML for eBusiness
Using XML and Web Services in the Financial Industry
XML and Web Services in the Future of Portals

For more information: www.nextwareexpo.com


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