Hi guys and gals, hope all is well. IBM Impact 2009 is on its way. I will be there. Somehow, I managed to end up presenting 7 lectures and 4 labs. I am not sure why I do this to myself. I don't even plan out to do this many sessions. Last year, I took great pleasure in delegating. This year, the delegation just did not happen. Though I do have great co-presenters and lab advocates, so I may be able to escape here and there to see some other great sessions. Even though I am quite busy, I plan to take a REST!!!
I am the track lead for Application Development and Web 2.0. One of the major themes for this track is REST. We have great sessions in the technical track around REST. Here is the list of sessions (Lectures only, will Blog on Labs soon), their speakers, and their time slots:
** REST and SOA: Kyle Brown, Roland Barcia, and Greg Truty: Monday 3:45 - 5:00* Introduction to REST: Greg Truty: Monday 2:00-3:15 and Wed 1:30-2:45* Case Study on REST at LexisNexis: Bruce Maxfield from LexisNexis and Roland Barcia: Monday 5:15 - 6:30* Best Practices for Building REST Web Services: Roland Barcia and Greg Truty: Tuesday 10:30 - 11:45* Realizing REST Patterns with WebSphere sMash: Roland Barcia: Tuesday 4:45 - 6:00* SOA, Give it a REST: Jerry Hermes from the Navy Federal Credit Union and Russ Teubner from HostBridge Technology: Web 1:30 - 2:45 * Using REST and WS Specifications in the Cloud: Doug Tidwell: Wed 4:45 - 6:00* Secure and Scalable REST Services in Web 2.0 with IBM Mashup Center: John Boezeman and Joel A. Farrell: Thursday 1:30 - 2:45* Accessing IBM WebSphere® eXtreme Scale Data Using REST: Billy Newport, Lan Vuong, and Robert Wisniewsk: Tuesday 3:15 - 4:30[Read More]
MobileFirst, API's, and PaaS - Field Perspective
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