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(February 17, 2005, 7:01 AM) - On the third and the final day of the conference, SYS-CON.TV staff and publisher Jeremy Geelan (with his guest on the set), getting ready for the first live interview of the day. Right lower corner on the photo, Miles Silverman, vice president of marketing and sales at SYS-CON Media, covering the show floor as well as his desk back in the office. :-)



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(February 17, 2005, 7:14 AM) - Dave Chappell of Sonic Software stops by the SYS-CON.TV stand minutes before he delivered his session on SOA. Chappell's complete presentation is available online to all conference delegates at the SYS-CON Education pages.





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(February 17, 2005, 7:37 AM) - Ajit Sagar, a senior technical archiect with Infosys Technologies, a global consulting and IT services company, talking live with Jeremy Geelan on SYS-CON.TV. Ajit has been working with Java since 1997, and has more than 15 years experience in the IT industry. During this tenure, he has been a programmer, lead architect, director of engineering, and product manager for companies from 15 to 25,000 people in size. Ajit has served as JDJ's J2EE editor, was the founding editor of XML-Journal, and has been a frequent speaker at SYS-CON's Web Services Edge series of conferences in the past five years.



(February 17, 2005, 8:58 AM) -  Matt Ackley of eBay, opening day keyonote speaker during his live SYS-CON.TV interview with Jeremy Geelan. eBay expanding Web Services Developers Program.



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(February 17, 2005, 11:04 AM) -  Mike Milinkovich, chairman of Eclipse.org during his keynote on Thursday, February 17, 11 a.m. which is now available and archived on SYS-CON.TV. Stay tuned for the complete coverage of EclipseCon live on SYS-CON.TV!



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(February 17, 2005, 11:11 AM)David McCaw, manager of Web Services Solutions of Parasoft with Jeremy Geelan on the Web Services Edge show floor.

News Story: Parasoft Corporation, a leading provider of solutions that automatically prevent software errors, announced today live at SYS-CON.TV the availability of Parasoft Jtest 6.0, the first automated unit testing and static analysis product that verifies over 500 java development rules and automatically creates JUnit test cases. In addition to helping developers automate best practices in their java code, Jtest is part of a team-wide automated error prevention product suite that standardizes and manages an application across the entire development organization. It is currently deployed in thousands of enterprises worldwide including: Bank of America, Cisco, Hertz and IBM.



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(February 17, 2005, 12:13 PM)Jonathan Bruce of DataDirect on the final day of Web Services Edge 2005 East with Jeremy Geelan.






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(February 17, 2005, 1:06 PM)Brent Carlson, vice president of technology and cofounder of LogicLibrary during his live SYS-CON.TV interview.

Brent Carlson is vice president of technology and cofounder at LogicLibrary, Inc. Carlson drives the development and delivery of LogicLibrary's products. He is a 17-year veteran of IBM, where he served as lead architect for the WebSphere Business Components project and held numerous leadership roles on the ?IBM SanFrancisco Project. He is the co-author of two books: SanFrancisco Design Patterns: Blueprints for Business Software (with James Carey and Tim Graser) and Framework Process Patterns: Lessons Learned Developing Application Frameworks (with James Carey).

Carlson is also a frequent presenter at industry conferences, including Web Services EDGE 2005. Carlson holds 16 software patents, with eight more currently under evaluation.






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(February 17, 2005, 2:09 PM)Scott Cranton, product manager of Nexaweb with Paul L. Pinto, founder and CEO of The Revere Group announced announced its new Port Partner Program aimed at easing the migration of client/server applications to the Internet, live on SYS-CON.TV.

News Story: The first company to join the partner program is The Revere Group, an award-winning consulting and systems integration firm. As a Nexaweb Port Partner Program premier member, The Revere Group is now able to deliver more complete solutions, helping enterprise and ISV customers convert their client/server applications to next-generation Web solutions.



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(February 17, 2005, 3:04 PM)Thom Robbins of Microsoft with Roger Strukhoff, west coast bureau chief fo SYS-CON Media at the Web Services Edge 2005 East show floor.



(February 17, 2005, 3:17 PM)Onno Kluyt, the chairperson of the JCP Program Management Office, Sun Microsystems on SYS-CON.TV with Roger Strukhoff, the president of SYS-CON International.

Onno is also a popular JDJ columnist, authoring his Java Community Process column every month for the past three years.



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(February 17, 2005, 3:18 PM)Onno Kluyt, the chairperson of the JCP Program at Sun Microsystems live on SYS-CON.TV with Roger Strukhoff, the president of SYS-CON International.

Strukhoff is in charge of twelve international sites; United Kingdom, uk.SYS-CON.com; India, in.SYS-CON.com; Canada, ca.SYS-CON.com; Germany, de.SYS-CON.com; France, fr.SYS-CON.com; Australia, au.SYS-CON.com; Italy, it.SYS-CON.com; Spain, es.SYS-CON.com; Netherlands, nl.SYS-CON.com; Brazil, br.SYS-CON.com; Belgium, be.SYS-CON.com and Denmark, dk.SYS-CON.com.



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(February 17, 2005, 3:18 PM) - Jim Villano, cofounder and COO of Insitech sharing latest news from Institech with SYS-CON.TV viewers.

News Story: Villano announced today at the show te immediate availability of InsiTech XTT v 5.0 Beta 3!



(February 17, 2005, 3:22 PM)Scott VanSickle (left) and Graham Holt (right) of Cyclades Corporation with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan, before their live SYS-CON.TV appearance. On the set behind Geelan is Roger Strukhoff of SYS-CON International with the Techtarget reporter discussing the highlights of the show.



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(February 17, 2005, 3:24 PM)Allister Farquharson, vice president of technology and CTO of  Digital Evolution with Jeremy Geelan.

News Story: Digital Evolution announced two significant pieces of news live at the Web Services Edge show floor; the release of the industry's first business-to-business Web services security solution for .NET Web services and support for the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) v3.0.2, recently adopted as a standard by OASIS.



(February 17, 2005, 3:28 PM)Mike Eddings of Recursion Software during his live SYS-CON.TV interview.



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News Story: Recursion Software offers development platforms such as Voyager, the industry leading development platform for Java applications, Cinergi, the must-have integration development tool for SOA/Web Services composite applications and a variety of leading class libraries for Java, C++, and .NET developers.

Recursion Software's next Webcast will be availabe on Friday, March 11, 2005 1:00 PM CST.



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(February 17, 2005, 3:30 PM)Adrian Jones, senior vice president, worldwide OEM and Alliance Group for BakBone Software live on SYS-CON.TV with Jeremy Geelan, on the Web Services Edge show floor minutes after the announcement by LinuxWorld Magazine editors' choice awards.

News Story: "We are extremely pleased the panel of LinuxWorld Magazine judges confirmed what we at BakBone have known for years -- that NetVault is truly an award winning, best of class data protection product," said Bharat Kumar, vice president of marketing for BakBone. "This award recognizes BakBone's customer commitment to providing cost effective, high performance, and reliable data protection for Linux. When compared with any of our competitors on Linux, time and time again, BakBone is recognized as the standard for Linux data protection."





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(February 17, 2005, 3:37 PM)Rob Straight, product manager of Compuware's DevPartner family of products on the final day of Web Services Edge 2005 East.





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(February 17, 2005, 3:48 PM)David Wihl, founder and CEO of SoftArtisans, with Jeremy Geelan on the show floor. SoftArtisans was recently placed 360th on the Deloitte & Touche's Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in North America.

News Story: Wihl announced today live SoftArtisan's latest product release at Web Services Edge 2005 East.






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(February 17, 2005, 4:07 PM)Joan Wrabetz of Infinicon Systems with SYS-CON publisher Jeremy Geelan.



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(February 17, 2005, 4:11 PM)Graham Holt, director of advanced product marketing at Cyclades with Jeremy Geelan.



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(February 17, 2005, 4:29 PM)Nitin Bharti of Search Web Services with SYS-CON's West Coast Bureau Chief Roger Strukhoff.



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(February 17, 2005, 4:29 PM)Luis Aguilar Lemarroy of Alacos with Jeremy Geelan. Alacos was announced earlier today as the winner with "Linux Migration Agent Network Server Edition" by the editors of the LinuxWorld Magazine.

More Stories By Jeremy Geelan

Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 12/02/05 06:18:25 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

JDJ News Desk 12/02/05 03:45:55 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 12/02/05 01:05:15 PM EST

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/21/05 06:46:41 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA Web Services Journal News Desk 10/20/05 01:09:39 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SYS-CON.TV News 10/19/05 10:41:30 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/19/05 10:10:47 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

SOA News Desk 10/19/05 09:51:54 PM EDT

SOA Web Services Edge Conference Coverage on SYS-CON.TV. Web Services Edge 2005 East - International Web Services Conference and Expo was held February 15-17, 2005 in Boston's Hynes Convention Center. In the pages which follow, please enjoy day by day photo coverage from the show floor. All sessions are also available to conference delegates at SYS-CON.TV Webcast pages, as well as through scheduled live broadcasts.

Praveen Sadhu 02/18/05 12:01:42 AM EST

excellent ...

Boston without snow 02/14/05 06:34:39 PM EST

How gracious of Boston to make the weather so mild for the time of year, all part of the master plan to help Web services take over the software and online-commerce world ;-)

Web services 2005-6-7-8 02/14/05 06:26:51 PM EST

Amazon are the leaders in this but eBay sure are catching up real fast - it will be interesting to hear what Microsoft says too isn't Brixhorn very big in the "Indigo" project?

WS-next 02/14/05 06:23:40 PM EST

###No one has done as much in recent weeks and months for raising the profile of Web services than giants like eBay, Amazon.com, and Google ###

It's the giants like Microsoft, eBay, and Visa too that have just joined forces to launch a program to share information about phishing attacks...hearing that they're all in the vanguard of Web services too is interesting

deveoper34 02/14/05 06:18:51 PM EST

I'm going to be there that's for sure...

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