Cattell, Florescu, Gray, Melton to discuss marriage of XML, SQL, web services, grid computing

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    If you are in Silicon Valley on March 15, you might want to attend a panel
    discussion about the marriage of SQL, XML, web services and grid computing.
    Admission is FREE if you register online for the Software Development 2004 Expo
    pass.

    The panel includes the original enterprise Java architect, the editor of the SQL
    standard, a co-inventor of XQuery, a leading technology writer, a distinguished
    database researcher, and a Turing Award winner. They've collectively authored
    over a dozen books.

    Panel members include:

    Rick Cattell Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems
    Peter Coffee Technology Editor, eWEEK
    Daniela Florescu Sr. Software Engineer, BEA
    Jim Gray Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Research
    Jim Kleewein Distinguished Engineer, IBM Silicon Valley Lab
    Jim Melton Standards architect, Oracle Corporation

    Where: Santa Clara Convention Center
    When: March 15, 2004 5:15-6:15 pm


    To register:
    http://www.sdexpo.com/2004/west/pricing.htm
     
    Ken North, Feb 13, 2004
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