Cracking the Code For Successful Web Applications Wednesday 17 October 2001 PDF Print The IT industry, and particularly the web, is full of code. Code comprises the software, while a different code, usually a language of three-letter acronyms, is used by those who write it. Understanding what is meant by these acronyms and how they fit together, is the basis of the presentation ‘Building Applications from Web Services’ which will be delivered by Andy Longshaw of Blue Skyline, at the forthcoming Web Services Conference. This session sets out to provide a roadmap for web services for developers, technical architects and technical managers who need to understand the capabilities of the web, while a second session looks specifically at the creation of a Java-based web service. Andy Longshaw is an independent consultant, writer and educator specialising in J2EE, XML, Web-based technologies and components, particularly the design and architecture decisions required to use these technologies successfully. Andy has been explaining technology for most of the last decade as a trainer and in conference sessions. He recently founded his own consultancy Blue Skyline Limited. The Web Services Conference (organised by SIGS Datacom) takes place from Monday 29 to Wednesday 31 October, in Stuttgart, Germany. Andy’s sessions are as follows: ~ Mon 29/10/2001 16.45 - 18.15 Building Web Services in Java ~ Wed 31/10/2001 14.00 - 15.15 Building Applications from Web Services ~Ends~ For further information please contact: Andy Longshaw Andy@blueskyline.co.uk 01302 759511 For press information please contact: Sarah Longshaw Sarah@blueskyline.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Blue Skyline in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.