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AJAX SOA Stack Session at AJAXWorld

Toward a Service-Oriented Application Stack

The way we built Web applications yesterday is rapidly changing. As a developer, you now need a new set of baseline skills to keep up amidst a plethora of XML, SOAP, JSON, and other types of information services which are being exposed, consumed, mashed up and processed in new and innovative ways. And it’s happening not just with Google and craigslist, but also within businesses of all sizes. In this session, TIBCO’s director of product strategy and management, Matt Quinn, will discuss these new Web architectures and how you can evolve the classic three-tier Web application model toward a full service-oriented application stack complete with AJAX Rich Internet Application GUIs to deliver a new generation of more powerful, more scalable, and more richly featured Web applications.

Speaker Bio: Matt Quinn heads product strategy and product management for TIBCO Software Inc., a leading business integration and process management software company. TIBCO provides the popular TIBCO General Interface AJAX Rich Internet Application toolkit.

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