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    • Introduction
      • Todays Talk
      • web 2.0?what is it?
      • Tools to inspire.
    • What is web 2.0?
      • Web is the platform.
      • People are connected through social networking technologies.
      • Informations is fluid.
    • Social media Explained
      • Brain Stroming,
      • Creativity Triggers,&
      • mind maps
    • Google sets
    • ZOHO
    • Open Office
    • Mapwing
    • Social Networking
    • Social Networking(cont..)
    • Social Networking(cont..)
    • Tools for mashups
      • Building,Storing,Publishing functionalities.
      • Conceived as web 2.0 applications.
      • Targeted to both experts and non-experts users.
      • Open source to highly-cost licence tools.
    • Tools for mashups(cont..)
      • Dapper=Data+mapper.
      • Presentation,extraction,and consumer Mashup tool
      • DERL Pipes
      • Data, flow and consumer Mashups tool.
      • Inspired by yahoo!pipes.
      • It allows handling RDF documents semantics.
      • Does not require programming language skills.
    • Tools for mashups(cont..)
      • Serena Mashup Composer
      • Data,functionality,flow and enterprise Mashup tool
      • Information + Business Processes + Data
      • Syntax for Mashup Creation similar to BPEL.
      • -But allows consuming any kind of resource(feeds,plain,html,
      • services)
    • Tools(cont..)
      • Microsoft Popfly
      • Presentation,data,flow and consumer Mashup tool.
      • Does not require language programming Skills.
    • Tools and Techniques
      • Tools and Techniques takes a look at the proliferation of tools
      • available to design and build high quality applications.
      • Get tips for building an effective set of tools and using those tools
      • in the most productive manner possible.
      • These sessions help you make choices between different tools and
      • integrating those tools into a comprehensive development and build]
      • infrastructure.
    • Tools and Techniques sessions Confirmed
      • Buliding Enterprise Mashups with iBeans.
      • Developing Rich Web Service APIs with Java
      • Getting Things Done for Programmers
      • Hunting Memory Leaks
      • Just Tune It
      • Performance Anti-patterns in Ajax Applications
      • Push the Button – Improving the Current Practice of Continuous
      • Integration
      • Software Quality: The Quest for the Holy Grail?
      • Buliding Enterprise Mashups with iBeans
      • Get grounded in Enterprise Mashups and how they apply to the
      • enterprise.
      • Mashups break down traditional barriers around data and open up
      • powerful new ways for enterprises to leverage the web as a
      • platform
      • Developing Rich Web Service APIs with Java
      • This tech session is an overview of Web service development on
      • the Java platform, including the latest specs, technologies and
      • tools that are available for Java Web service developers.
      • In this session he touches on the JAX-RS, JAX-WS, and JAXB 2.0
      • specifications along with their respective implementations such as
      • JAX-WS RI, Jersey, CXF, and more.
      • Getting Things Done for Programmers
      • The core principals of Getting Things Done (GTD);
      • How programmers, architects, and technical managers can apply
      • GTD principles to improve the productivity of individuals and the
      • group as a whole.
      • Tools which can be used to successfully implement the GTD
      • methodology.
      • Just Tune It
      • Be methodical in performance tuning applications;
      • Read key performance indicators;
      • Develop more reliable and effective ways of performance tuning.
      • Hunting Memory Leaks
      • In Hunting Memory Leaks, Java performance tuning expert, Kirk
      • Pepperdine shows you how to bring JVM memory management to
      • the next level.
      • Memory leaks create latency, degrade performance, and put
      • developers in a bad light.
      • Performance Anti-patterns in Ajax Applications
      • Ajax development veteran Andreas Grabner walks you through
      • some real-life examples of Ajax anti-patterns and shows how to
      • solve them in this session.
    • Push the Button – Improving the Current Practice of Continuous Integration
      • Continuous Integration (CI) isn’t anything new in the world of
      • software development - you and your team of developers probably
      • already implement some, if not all, of the CI guidelines.
    • Software Quality: The Quest for the Holy Grail?
      • As Java projects evolve they become more complex to manage.
      • Getting a complete overview can be a painful task, especially if
      • proper metadata about dependencies isn't available.
      • Gain a solid understanding of the tools available to increase
      • productivity and keep your edge over time.