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FW: David Orchard Introduction

From: David Orchard <orchard@pacificspirit.com>
Date: Sun, 1 Oct 2000 18:15:20 -0700
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Forgot to send to the public mailing list.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Orchard [mailto:orchard@pacificspirit.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2000 1:08 AM
To: w3c-xml-protocol-wg@w3.org
Subject: David Orchard Introduction

Hello, my name is David Orchard and I will be representing Jamcracker on the
XML Protocols Working Group.  As I am the Jamcracker W3C AC rep, this
message serves as AC rep confirmation.

I am the XML Architect for Jamcracker.  I have been involved in the W3C XML
Activity since April 1999 on behalf of IBM and Jamcracker.  I am currently
on the XML Core and XML Linking WGs, where I currently serve as co-editor of
the XML Link and XML Include specifications.

As the first ASP Aggregator, Jamcracker is part of defining standards for
the ASP industry.  In particular, we focus on integration of web services
where we have selectively adopted SOAP.

Previous to Jamcracker, I was lead architect for an IBM Global Services lab.
We successfully deployed XML based production web systems as early as June
1998.  In 1999, I also architected a Global Services asset using SOAP 1.0 as
the distribution format.  I regularly speak about advanced XML topics at
conferences such as XTech, XMLOne, XMLDevCon, MetaStructures nee Extreme
Markup, and others.  I occasionally contribute magazine articles, perhaps
the most relevent being an April '98 Object Magazine article on the use of
XML and HTTP as a distributed object system which included early ideas on
xml service security, definition and discovery.

I agree to participate per the charter

I will attend the raleigh f2f, and I really look forward to working with all
of you.

Dave Orchard
XML Architect
Jamcracker, Inc.
935 Stewart Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
p: 408.830.1886
f: 408.328.0936
m: 604.908.6837

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