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Seminars on UDDI

 

Tech Ed - UDDI at Design and Runtime:    Microsoft    [19 Aug 2002]

  Invited by Microsoft to deliver a session in UDDI and Web Services for Tech Ed 2002 in Brisbane, Australia (Aug 18 21) ..........

 

ASP.NET UDDI Browser:    Monash Uni    [16 Apr 2002]

  Invited by Monash University to deliver a presentation on the ASP.NET UDDI Browser I wrote for Wrox Press. ..........

 

UDDI Seminar:    Microsoft    [Feb 2002]

  Invited by Microsoft to deliver a seminar on emerging technologies (.NET and UDDI)

Abstract

The next generation of web programming will be heavily based on web services. There will be numerous web services to add value to products and services. How will a potential B2B online order publisher find a web service which is compatible to their system?

UDDI is an industry standard achieved by a delegation of software vendors headed by Microsoft, IBM and Ariba. UDDI involves the shared implementation of a Web Services. ..........

 

Web Services and UDDI Seminar:    Monash Uni    [10 Dec 2001]

  Invited by Monash University to deliver seminars on emerging technologies. (Web Services and UDDI)

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The evolution of the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) has challenged the boundaries of the Internet. SOAP and HTTP enables you to logon to external systems and execute remote function calls using port 80. These web services will be a core element in the future web site architectures. ..........


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