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Leveraging Legacy Applications in .NET Development Projects

Date: June 10, 2004

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Artur Anbild, Principal Consultant, Communications Sector - Americas, Microsoft (bio)
Steve Vinoski, Chief Engineer of Product Innovation, IONA Technologies (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

IONA Technologies

The .NET Framework is Microsoft's foundation for the next generation of Windows-based applications that are easier to build, deploy, and integrate with other networked systems. In this webinar, Steve Vinoski, Chief Engineer of Product Innovation, IONA Technologies, and Artur Anbild, Principal Consultant, Communications Sector, Microsoft, will illustrate how .NET developers can integrate their .NET development projects with legacy applications and software platforms.

By attending this webinar you will learn:
  • How IONA's Artix can be used to easily incorporate legacy applications in .NET development projects

  • How Microsoft's Kerberos .NET Security Model can be extended to legacy security infrastructures

  • How IONA and Microsoft are using Web services in mission-critical integration solutions in high-performance Global 2000 Organizations

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Artur Anbild is Polish-born and an electrical engineer by education, whose love of computers brought him to the United States.
For over a decade, he has made a career of being an IT consultant at Microsoft. During his long tenure there, he has worked with many Fortune 500 companies, successfully implementing cutting-edge technologies with great customer satisfaction.
When he is not in front of the computer screen, he likes to play hide-and-seek with his three year old daughter, play Chopin on the piano, and snow-ski.

Steve Vinoski is Chief Engineer of Product Innovation for IONA Technologies in Waltham, Mass. Steve is also an IONA Fellow.

Steve joined IONA in December 1996 to start IONA's US-based Engineering organization and to lead the development of IONA's next-generation Adaptive Runtime Technology (ART), a highly flexible and high performance distributed computing engine that underlies IONA's products.

As of the start of 2003, Steve has authored or co-authored approximately 50 highly-regarded publications about distributed computing. He and Michi Henning are the co-authors of "Advanced CORBA Programming with C++", published in January 1999 by Addison Wesley Longman and widely acknowledged as the "CORBA Bible," and he has written the popular "Object Interconnections" column on distributed object computing for the C/C++ Users Journal (and formerly for SIGS C++ Report) since 1995 with Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt. He also writes the "Toward Integration" column for the IEEE Internet Computing magazine. Steve is a member of the editorial boards for the IEEE Internet Computing Magazine and the International Journal of Web Services Research.

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