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OMG's Web Services Workshop - CfP

From: Janice Gilman <janice@omg.org>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 09:56:08 -0500
Message-Id: <4.3.2.7.2.20021028095513.00bc19c0@emerald.omg.org>
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The Object Management Group announces a call for presentations for its two 
2003 Web Services Workshops focusing on Modeling, Architecture, 
Infrastructure and Standards.  The first workshop will be located in 
Europe, February 10 -13, 2003 and the second will take place on the U.S. 
West Coast, March 10 -13, 2003.

The Workshops are open to all with an interest in, and understanding of, 
Web Services technologies, architectures, modeling solutions and standards. 
The four-day program will consist of tutorials in Web Services, followed by 
sessions and open panel discussions that describe case studies and 
technology issues and choices for enterprise applications that were 
designed using industry standards and specifications.

The Workshop Program Committee is seeking proposals for presentations or 
panels addressing any of the following topics for each event:

	Case Studies: Using Web Services in Software Development
	Web Services Standards
	Tools
	Architectures
	E-Business Development
	Methodologies
	Technologies
	State of the art and the Future of Web Services

For complete details on each of these topics, see 
http://www.omg.org/news/meetings/webservices2003/call.htm

INSTRUCTIONS
Interested individuals or organizations are invited to submit a brief 
abstract of the presentation or position paper they are proposing, 
including a brief biography of the presenter. Please note the workshop 
venue(s) and dates for which the proposal is being submitted. You may 
submit for one or both. (Submitters are highly encouraged to consider 
presenting at both workshop venues.) Abstract length should be no longer 
than 1 page. Abstracts must be sent in your choice of HTML, PDF or ASCII 
text formats. No more than 3 abstracts per individual will be accepted for 
consideration. Biographies should be no longer than 50 words. This 
information should be submitted via email to webservicesws@omg.org, by 
October 28, 2002.
Janice A. Gilman
Marketing Programs Manager
Object Management Group
250 First Avenue, Suite 100
Needham, MA  02494
Phone: +1-781-444-0404 x141
Fax:	   +1-781-444-0320
URL:  www.omg.org
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