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We are doing our 2007 round of Expert Series in even more locations this year. Here's an abstract for the level of information you can expect to hear:
New development platforms and emerging architectural standards are changing the way we view data, challenging long held views on data access technologies, and demanding the use of new XML and service-oriented capabilities. Things are not as they used to be, and the landscape continues to evolve. Making informed choices facilitates rapid development and deployment and enhances application capability, scalability, and performance.
In this complimentary half day seminar, software architects will learn the state of the art in data access, mainframe integration, and XML query technology. Join DataDirect, ZapThink, and IASA for a lively discussion on these topics:
Interested? You can check out this at one of these locations: London, Amsterdam, New York, Washington DC, San Francisco or Dallas. Registration details are here.
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