[lug] PDS Announcement: 11/4/00 Enterprise Apps & Middleware
deckm at cleansoft.com
Mon Oct 2 10:56:13 MDT 2000
The Boulder Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is
proud to announce the next in its long series of Professional Development
A Practical Look at Enterprise Applications and Middleware
November 4, 2000 (Saturday)
8:30am - 4:30pm
Raintree Plaza Conference Center, Longmont
Ron Schweikert, BEA Systems
Cost: $95/person with substantial discounts for registration before 10/20
Complete brochure and on-line registration instructions at
An Enterprise Application is one that involves substantial data and
transactions across a broad base of hardware platforms and services.
These applications are often large, distributed, and usually depend
upon discrete data, processing and presentation facilities.
Portability, scalability, extensibility and interoperability are
fundamental to the long-term success of any application. No single
vendor can provide "best of breed" implementations for the broad range
of development and deployment needs of most businesses, so many
applications employ hardware and software packages from multiple vendors.
Middleware denotes the enabling technologies used for integrating
heterogeneous programming languages, platforms and applications.
This seminar will provide you with an understanding of some of the
middleware technologies that are available for enterprise applications.
Key competing technologies will be compared and we will see how
technology choices affect system development.
We will give an example of using the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)
environment, allowing seminar participants to take away practical
knowledge of this leading technology.
This course is intended for analysts (business analysts, requirements
analysts, systems analysts), systems engineers, software developers,
marketing personnel, requirements writers, and project managers.
Knowledge of Java is not essential.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS NOTICE TO YOUR COLLEAGUES.
Cleanroom Software Engineering, Inc.
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