IBM: 1 LOG/Notes 1 - IBM Technical Developer Conference, 13.-16. Aug. 2001, San Francisco 2001.

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YEAR: 2001
 
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Material
Aug. 2001: 13 Mon
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FollowUp/ToDo
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Monday
13.08.00
13:00-15:15
EW205
Mark Colan
XML & Relates Technologies
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15:45-18:00
ET204
Jeff Reser
WebSphere Update
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Annoucement only - Presentation not available

How many e-business devices can one person carry? Cell phone, PDA, ThinkPad and a credit card. As devices merge to create the ultimate e-business client, several server-side computing models break down. This session covers the architectures that should be considered when extending existing applications to connect a client as small as a Palm or WinCE device. The best practices for keeping the application small while focusing on speed will be discussed. This session covers the trade-off between functionality, speed and size by using a simple application as an example. Class library support for secure transactional e-business from the client will be touched on. Attendees of this session will receive a copy of the software used to create the demonstration, as well as the demonstration script.

Palm development.

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  • AUDI
  • Project Management: in case of a delay on an activity which implies delays to subsequent activities immediately disseminate respective alerts to all people involved, on dispersed media.
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