Tutorials >> Monday, November 26th ::.
Tutorials AM

8:30 a.m.
to
12:00 p.m.

Introduction to XML

  Joe Gollner,
XIA Information Architects Corporation

Querying and Updating XML Data

  Daniela Florescu,
Propel

XML-Based Workflow Interoperability Standards

Michael Zur Muehlen, University of Muenster
Keith Swenson,MS2 Inc.

Lunch
1:30 p.m.
to
5:00 p.m.

Writing XML Schema Documents

W. Scott Means,
Enterprise Web Machines

M aking Your Legacy Applications Work on the Internet
Embracing XML-Strategic Implications for Data Managers/Architects

  Joe Gollner,
XIA Information Architects Corporation


General Session >> Tuesday, November 27th ::.

Keynote Speakers

8:30 a.m.
to
9:15 a.m.

Opening of XML World Conference

Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Architecture Domain Leader, W3C 

The opening session will provide the "big picture" of where XML is going and just how fundamentally it is changing business computing. Ranging from the meteoric rise of web services through the advantages XML provides to content owners, this session will permit audiences to hear from the senior industry leaders who are at the forefront of the XML revolution.
9:15 a.m.
to
10:00 a.m.

ebXML

Simon Nicholson, Chairman of the OASIS Board of Directors 

Coffee Break

10:30 a.m.
to
11:15 a.m.

The Next Generation of J2EE, XML and Web Service Development

William H. Dwight,
Vice President, Application Development Tools & iLearning, Oracle Corporation
 

11:15 a.m.
to
12:00 a.m.

On the Shoulders of the Giants: Web Services...

Doug Tidwell, Senior Programmer, IBM 

Lunch & Exposition (12:00 pm to 6:00 p.m.)
Conference
Session
PM
Developments
Track
Data
Track

New Trends
Track

Content
Track
Commerce
Track
Extra
Track
2:00 p.m.
to
2:50 p.m.

Developing Applications with the IBM Web Services Toolkit

Edward M.Tuggle, Jr.,
IBM Corp.

Unlocking the Value of Enterprise Web Services

Alan Coleman,
Kenamea

Hands-on VoiceXML

Kimberlee Kemble,
IBM Voice Systems

XML Inside PDF: Digital Master for Document Structure

Charles Myers,
Adobe Systems, Incorporated
   
3:00 p.m.
to
3:50 p.m.

Portable Data and Portable Behavior: Binding Java and XML

Brian Hajime Ogata,
Sun Microsystems

Sridhar Reddy,
Sun Microsystems
 

XForms, the Next Generation of Internet Markup

Bob Lojek
Mozquito Technologies AG

The Fusion of XML and Peer-to-Peer for e-Business

Lee Gibbons,
NextPage, Inc.

The Integration of Business Processes and Content

Ulrich Leuthner,
FileNET Corporation

Enterprise Portals: Powering Mission-Critical Applications

Sanjay Kumar,
iManage, Inc.
Reception / Exposition (12:00 pm to 6:00 p.m.)

Conference >> Wednesday, November 28th ::.

8:30
Analyst Panel

Industry Panel: Web Services

James Tauber, Director, XML Technology, Bowstreet
Sinisa Zimek, Director of Tehcnology Architecture, SAP, Inc.
Mark SB Tiggas, IFX Forum and more! 

This session will throw a spotlight onto the hottest trend in technology today: Web Services. A number of panelists will present their views on what makes web services so important and how they are changing the development paradigm.
Coffee Break
Conference
Session
AM
Developments
Track
Data
Track
New Trends
Track
Content
Track
Commerce
Track
Extra
Track
11:00 a.m.
to
11:45 a.m.

JMS and XML in the Real World

Rick Kuzyk,
Sonic Software

Driving the Demand for Native XML

Larry Alston,
Executive Vice President of Product Management and Chief Technology Officer,
C-bridge/eXcelon

eXtensible Access Control Markup Language

Simon Blackwell,
Psoom, Inc.

The application of semantic web technology for Example-Based Machine Translation (EBMT)

Jonathan Webster,
City University of Hong Kong

End-to-end Business Process Modeling For XML-Enabled Collaborative Commerce

Steven Wertheim,
MEGA International
 
Lunch & Exposition (10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
Conference
Session
PM
Developments
Track
Data
Track
New Trends
Track
Content
Track
Commerce
Track
Extra
Track
2:00 p.m.
to
2:45 p.m.

.Transaction reliability in web services

James Tauber,
Bowstreet

XML: Freedom for Data

Vince Budrovich,
ParaSoft

New Directory Tricks 'n Trends

Michel Prompt,
Radiant Logic

Using XML to Manage Global Content

Shang-Che Cheng,
Uniscape

Application Routing for Enterprise

Mike Uomoto,
OpenDesign, Inc.

Accessible Legacy Data

Jason Taylor,
Whitehill Technologies Inc.
3:00 p.m.
to
3:45 p.m.

XML Information For Web Services

Mike Rymkiewicz,
NeoCore Inc
.

All markup is link markup

Mark Baker,
OmniMark Technologies

A Better Platform for Interactive Web Applications"

Brent Young,
Curl Corporation


Sonjaya Tandon,
Dataskill

XML content support

Rajet Mukherjee,
Verity Inc.

XML's Facilitation of Reusable Visual Components; Empowering the Building of Dynamic Business Webs

Glynn Evans,
Abilizer Solutions, Inc

What, Why and How

Ron Daniel Jr.,
Standards Architect,
Interwoven
4:00 p.m.
to
4:45 p.m.

Using Linux and Open Source Systems to Deliver Next-Generation Services on Wireless and Broadband Ne

Grover Righter,
Kabira Technologies

Mobilizing XML for Enterprises

David Seaman,
MobileQ, Inc.

An Agile Approach to Device Interfaces

Don Liberty,
BitFlash Inc
.

Getting Interactive with XML

Viva Chu,
MetaTV

Repaving the Information Highway for B2B

David Finlay,
Intel Corporation

Microsoft Word to XML: Crossing the Commitment Horizon

Bruce Rosenblum,
Inera Inc.

Exposition (10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)


Conference >> Thursday, November 29th ::.

Conference
Session
AM

Developments
Track

Data
Track
New Trends
Track
Content
Track

Commerce
Track

Extra
Track
8:30 a.m.
to
9:15 a.m.
 

Web Services-Hype Versus Reality

Don Campbell,
Infravio Inc

XML Document Conversion

Dr. Evan Huang,
XMLCities, Inc.

Automatic Topic Maps and RDF: Generating the XML Roadmap

Dr. Claude Vogel
Semio Corporation

Guidelines To Integrate Business-To-Business Processes With J2EE And XML

Frank Ryan,
SilverStream Software

Rapid Application Development and Deployment with Web Services

Dave Levett,
Altio

9:30 a.m.
to
10:15 a.m.

Transactional Wireless Application Development with Java and XML

Kishore Bhamidipati,
Oracle

XML Schema in Protocol Design

Scott Hollenbeck,
VeriSign, Inc.

Managing Semi-Structured Data: The key to Interoperability

Michael Franklin,
RightOrder

PKI and XML - changes in concepts

Steve Mathews,
Conclusive Logic

Using Standards-Based XML for Content Management

Jack Jia,
Interwoven

Software Agents,XML and the Supply Chain: Concept to Reality

Michael Abbott,
Electron Economy
 
Coffee Break
11:00 a.m.
to
11:45 a.m.

XML Based Wireless development

Mark Jamtgaard,
2Roam

Applied XML Schema Design

Alexander Falk,
Altova Inc - - Tha XML Spy Company

Building Transparent Web Security Services Using XML

Darren Platt,
RSA Technology

Can Workflow Deliver the Promise of Content Management?

Vernon Imrich,
Percussion Software
 

XML and the Financial Markets

Nic Fulton,
Reuters Group

Closing Session >> Thursday, November 29th ::.
12:00 p.m.
to
12:30 p.m

Back to the Future: The Web as an Integrated Database

Charles F. Goldfarb, Father of markup languages and co-author of The XML Handbook
Lunch




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