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"Future of Software and Databases" will be webcast on December 03, 2002:
11:00 AM-12:00 PM (PST)
07:00 PM-08:00 PM (GMT)
This NetSeminar includes a pre-recorded panel discussion followed by a live
question-and-answer (chat) session. The panel members are:
Rick Cattell - Sun Microsystems
Don Chamberlin - IBM Almaden Research
Daniela Florescu - XQRL, Inc.
Jim Gray - Microsoft Research
Jim Melton - Oracle
Registration is free. Microsoft, Borland, DataDirect Technologies, IBM, Oracle,
Intelligent Enterprise and Software Development magazines are sponsoring this
webcast. To register:
A panel of software experts will discuss the future of software and databases in
a world that's moving to XML, distributed computing, collaborative Internet
applications, Web services and ubiquitous personal connectivity (e.g., billions
of mobile clients). The panel members will discuss the convergence of XML and
SQL, object databases, querying documents, parallel architectures and more.
Don Chamberlin, Dana Florescu and Jim Melton are members of the XML Query
Working Group so there is discussion of querying XML documents.
Rick Cattell is an author, Distinguished Engineer at Sun, founder of ODMG and
the original Enterprise Java architect. Don Chamberlin is an author, ACM Fellow,
and co-inventor of SQL and XQuery. Dana Florescu is CTO of XQRL and co-editor of
several W3C specifications, including XQuery. Jim Gray is an author,
Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft, and ACM Turing Award winner. Jim Melton is
an author of several database texts, standards architect at Oracle, and the
editor of the ISO/IEC SQL specification.