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Innovative Applications with WebSphere Server Feature Packs and Rational Tooling


Innovative Applications with WebSphere Server Feature Packs and Rational Tooling

Date / Time
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
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Duration
1 hour

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A Dr. Dobb's Webcast

Overview

This webcast will cover how the new open standards and programming models that are delivered through WebSphere Application Server Feature Packs can be used to create innovative web applications that help you to stay ahead of your competition. The Feature Packs covered will include: Web 2.0, Service Component Architecture, Communication Enabled Applications, and OSGi. It will also cover the IBM Rational tooling that can help you to quickly leverage the new capabilities delivered in these Feature Packs and accelerate the delivery of new applications.

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Featured Speakers:

  Ed McCabe:  WebSphere Application Server Product Manager, IBM



 Nik Teshima:  Design & Construction solutions market manager, IBM


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