XML &Web Services 2004: Exploring the future of software

Dramatic change is sweeping through the software world. Software applications are being recast as ‘services’, integration and development are converging, and reuse and process automation are changing the economics of software production.

In addition, new technologies and architectures, such as complex event processing, are set to make a huge impact in the coming years.

On 29 &30 September, Information Age will bring together some of the most influential thinkers in business software to discuss the issues at the XML &Web Services 2004 conference in London. They include top global executives from Adobe, BEA, Capgemini, IBM, SAP, SeeBeyond, Tibco and web-Methods, a top professor from Stanford University and user executives from major international organisations.

This will be the one of the most educational conferences of the year. To book a free place, and for details, visit: www.xmlwebservices.co.uk

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Ben Rossi

Ben was Vitesse Media's editorial director, leading content creation and editorial strategy across all Vitesse products, including its market-leading B2B and consumer magazines, websites, research and...

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