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Monday, May 30, 2005

Web 2.0

Tim O'Reilly has a great track record catching trends early on. He thinks Web 2.0 inevitable. Join this free Yi-Tan Consortium conference call for an update.

From Jerry Michalski:
Thanks to the work of many organizations, the Net is turning into a platform, not just a place through which we send email and request Web pages. Loosely coupled applications now know how to communicate over the Net, helping companies build flexible solutions from (relatively) interchangeable parts. It's a big architectural step forward, prompting us
to ask:

o What does SOA mean for the IT business? Who wins, who loses?
o What kinds of applications lend themselves to SOA now? Not?
o Where is this trend headed?

Wiki and chat-related things at, including a link to a real-time IRC chat during the call.
Well, you missed it. However, you can listen to the recording on the wiki site.


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