IBM Webathon 2010 takes over Cloud Computing with "Developing Applications in the Cloud using WebSphere Application Server" on Oct 21st, 2010 @ 10:30am. Your customer's can never have enough of Cloud and its capabilities to make asset reuse truly dynamic.
You can join the session or view the recording at follwing Link : Click Here.
WEBATHON SPEAKER: Doug Tidwell, Senior Software Engineer - Cloud Computing Evangelism, SWG Strategy
Tidwell is a Senior Software Engineer in IBM’s Emerging Technology
group. He was a speaker at the first XML conference in 1997, and he has
been working with markup languages, Web services and SOA (the
technologies beneath the cloud) for many years. His presentations have
been featured at dozens of conferences around the world, and his JavaOne
presentation on cloud computing earned him a Rock Star award in 2009.
job as a technology evangelist is to explain the standards and
technologies behind Cloud Computing and to help customers integrate them
into their overall business architectures and strategies. He is the
author of many articles on IBM’s developerWorks site
(ibm.com/developerWorks), and is the author of O’Reilly’s book on XSLT, a
copy of which makes a perfect gift for any occasion.
He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina with his wife, daughter and dog, Domino the Hound of Renown.
GURU MANTRA : : Doug Tidwell's Work can be found not just in O'Reilly but in our very own developerWorks. Some Lists to prepare on Cloud.
* Doug's Attribution of Articles in developerWorks
* Doug Tidwell previews a virtual cloud event
* Cloud: Tivoli Monitoring : Try on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
* Trial: WebSphere Application Server
* IBM developerWorks Cloud Space
Download Session Presentation HERE
Doug Tidwell's My developerWorks Profile.
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WEBATHON 2010 - Developing Applications in the Cloud using WAS- Oct 21
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