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Sunday, October 16, 2005
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I will be giving a presentation on "Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web Services and Interoperability" at the IEEE Computer Society (Baltimore Chapter) on Thursday, October 20.

Here is the abstract:

“Learn about the components of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the role Web Services play in a SOA implementation. Web services are touted as the distributed computing technology that can be used to integrate systems, services and applications that live on diverse technology platforms. While true to a great degree, there are implementation issues regarding interoperability that often come into play when seeking to integrate the various systems. Learn about the standards as well as design and development approaches that will improve the chances of interoperability across platforms and technologies.”

All are welcome to attend [You do NOT need to be an IEEE or Computer Society member to attend], and as the Vice-Chair of the IEEE Computer Society [Baltimore], I urge you to come and check us out :-) 

Location and Directions can be found on the Chapter Site.

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