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Fundamentals of Developing SOA Applications
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Date & Time: December 2, 2004, 12 PM US Eastern

Featured Speakers:

Ted Farrell, Architect and Director of Strategy for Application Development Tools, Oracle (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein Series: Best Practices for Adopting a Service-Oriented Architecture

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Discussions about Service-Oriented Architectures often focus on high-level business process integration without dealing with underlying application development issues. Typical SOA applications require coordinating persistence, data binding, and business services with user interface and process layers. This seminar covers these key architectural considerations, and highlights the importance of metadata-driven productivity frameworks to simplify SOA development.

Attend this interactive seminar to learn:

  • How the shift to SOA impacts application development
  • The role of productivity frameworks in bridging the 'skills gap'
  • How a metadata-driven development model complements SOA

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Ted Farrell is architect and director of strategy for Application Development Tools at Oracle Corporation. Mr. Farrell is responsible for the technical and strategic direction of Oracle's development tools products, including Oracle Jdeveloper 10G, Oracle's Java and XML Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for J2EE application and Web services development. This responsibility includes aligning various development technologies with a vision that allows Oracle to become a leader in J2EE development.

Prior to Joining Oracle, Mr. Farrell was chief technology officer (CTO) at WebGain, an application development tools solutions provider. While at WebGain, Mr. Farrell was responsible for the technical vision and acquisition strategy that included the purchase and incorporation of multiple software companies' products and technologies into a single environment. Mr. Farrell also conceived and designed WebGain's patent-pending BusinessDesigner, a product designed to capture and track business requirements for applications.

During his more than 15 years of experience architecting and building software products and companies, Mr. Farrell co-founded several small-business software companies including Night Owl Enterprises, Novasoft Systems Inc. and Tendril Software. While at Tendril Software, Mr. Farrell invented, architected and led the development team that built the patented StructureBuilder, a Java-based UML product in which the UML model and the Java source code are continually synchronized. Mr. Farrell began his technology career as a senior software engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).

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