Sunday, May 31, 2009

Presenting at the Rational Software Conference

I will be presenting the following sessions at the Rational Software Conference in Orlando:
Tues June 2
NEM01 - Developing High-performing Data Access Layers for z/OS
6:45 - 7:45 pm

Location: Dolphin Hotel, Americas Seminar Rafael Coss, Lead Enabling Architect, IBM Information Management Learn how pureQuery can help you plan for and administer pureQuery applications deployed with DB2 for z/Os as the target database. Understand the various ways pureQuery applications can be configured to access DB2 and hear about best practices for maintaining control, flexibility and best performance. Learn about how you can use the pureQuery tools in Data Studio Developer within RAD, RSA and RDz.
Wed June 3
MAC26 - Agile Data Tools to Make Your Database More Flexible
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Location: Dolphin Hotel, Asia 2 Rafael Coss, Lead Enabling Architect, IBM Information Management An Agile Data approach is great, but what tools can help me make it easier to achieve. Join us to learn more about Agile Data and how Data Studio and Rational can be use together to share metadata, make your database more flexible, collaborate and bridge the gap between DBA and developers. This session will be half presentation and half live demo showing the tools in Agile action.
and co-presenting Dr. Vladimir Bacvanski on
Thurs June 4
MAC32 - Developing Data-Driven Web 2.0 Applications with IBM(R)
Rational(R) Application Developer, sMash, and pureQuery

9:45 am - 10:45 am

Common demands for Web 2.0 application are rich interactivity and the
ability to handle large volumes of data. This session shows how the
integration of IBM(R) Rational(R) Application Developer, IBM(R)
WebSphere(R) sMash, and pureQuery provide a way to rapidly develop
data-centric, scalable dynamic Web applications. Presenters demonstrate
how the solution combined the Dojo Ajax framework for the user
interface, Groovy for business objects, and pureQuery, IBM's
high-performance technology for relational data access.

If you are going please check out my session and stop by the pedestal and say hello.  

The IBM pedestal is pedestal #29.

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