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March 15: Rick Cattell, Peter Coffee, Dana Florescu, Jim Gray, Jim Kleewein, Jim Melton discuss XML, services and grid

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There will be a panel discussion on March 15 that's a special event at Software
Development 2004 --
it's free to anyone who pre-registers for an expo pass.

"Software Trends: Marrying SQL, XML, Web Services and Grid Computing"

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

Panel members include:

Rick Cattell author, Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems
Peter Coffee author, Technology Editor, eWEEK
Daniela Florescu W3C co-editor, Senior Software Engineer, BEA
Jim Gray author, Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Research
Jim Kleewein Distinguished Engineer, IBM Silicon Valley Lab
Jim Melton author, Editor of ISO/IEC SQL standard, Oracle

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Ken North wrote:
There will be a panel discussion on March 15 that's a special event at Software
Development 2004 --
it's free to anyone who pre-registers for an expo pass.

"Software Trends: Marrying SQL, XML, Web Services and Grid Computing"

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

Panel members include:

Rick Cattell author, Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems
Peter Coffee author, Technology Editor, eWEEK
Daniela Florescu W3C co-editor, Senior Software Engineer, BEA
Jim Gray author, Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Research
Jim Kleewein Distinguished Engineer, IBM Silicon Valley Lab
Jim Melton author, Editor of ISO/IEC SQL standard, Oracle


This group (comp.databases.oracle) has been obsolete since a vote in
1997 when it was replaced by the comp.databases.oracle.* hierarchy.
Your message may not reach individuals as some ISPs respect the vote and
do not carry this newsgroup.

Also note that a significant number of readers and contributors in the
comp.databases.oracle.* hierarchy prefer announcements be posted into
comp.databases.oracle.marketplace

We strongly encourage you to consider re-posting to the
comp.databases.oracle.marketplace newsgroup if you want appropriate
participation from the c.d.o.* community.

Thanks
/Hans
Jul 19 '05 #2

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> prefer announcements be posted into comp.databases.oracle.marketplace

One of the keys to successful communication is know your audience. If I want to
discuss the Oracle Java XQuery API or the next version of the SQL standard, it's
not something I'd post in comp.databases.oracle.marketplace. The audience for
those topics is the same one that would like to hear Jim Melton describe what to
expect in the next version of the SQL standard. Instead of getting second-hand
information in the newsgroup, people have an opportunity on March 15 to get
their information from the source (the editor of the SQL standard).

The comp.databases.oracle.marketplace newsgroup is mostly people looking for
employees/employment, consulting, or announcing a product. Messages about events
that are not marketplace-related are lost in the clutter. That's why I didn't
originally post there but thanks for the suggestion.


Jul 19 '05 #3

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