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This entry cross-posted to my new blog location. After watching Ajay Gandhi in the panel just before lunch, I meet up with him for an update on what's been happening with their Enterprise 2.0 products since BEA Participate last month.... Read More..
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This entry cross-posted to my new blog location. David Coleman of Collaborative Strategies ran a panel on Enterprise Mashups that included Ajay Gandhi of BEA, Rod Smith of IBM, Eric Hoffert of ShareMethods (who I had a great chat with... Read More..
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This entry cross-posted to my new blog location. Ambuj Goyal of IBM gave the next keynote on the changes that they're seeing in organizations, and how this is informing their Enterprise 2.0 directions. Like any established software vendor would do,... Read More..
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Day 1 of the BEA user conference in Atlanta, and we start out with a morning of general sessions hosted by Ira Pollack, SVP Sales at BEA; the remainder of the 2-1/2 day conference is all breakout sessions. There's wifi... Read More..
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BEA Dev2Dev days

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BEA is holding a series of half-day developer seminars in a number of cities in Europe and the Americas, focussed on building enterprise mashups with their new/rebranded en.terpri.se platform. I was excited to see that one will be in Toronto,... Read More..
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Swedish mashups

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No, this isn't some new dish from the Swedish Chef, it's a new way to fool around with domain names to get them to actually spell something: en.terpri.se (using a Swedish domain name). Following in the etymological footsteps of del.icio.us, en.terpri.se... Read More..
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I'm just poking around the new Yahoo! Pipes service (think UNIX pipes and "small pieces loosely joined"), which is an interactive feed aggregator and manipulator: a.k.a., a tool for creating data mashups. I first saw it mentioned on Global Nerdy,... Read More..
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