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Microsoft -- The Microsoft .NET platform includes a comprehensive family of products, built on XML and Internet industry standards, which provide for each aspect of developing, managing, using, and experiencing XML Web services. The five areas where Microsoft is building the .NET platform today are: Tools, Servers, XML Web Services, Clients, and .NET Experiences.
BEA Systems, Inc. is the world's leading application infrastructure software company, with more than 12,500 customers around the world leveraging the award-winning BEA WebLogic enterprise platform. BEA dev2dev delivers comprehensive resources for developers, including a developer portal, an integrated package of education and training, tools, support, and community programs aimed at developers of all levels of technical knowledge and experience. Visit www.bea.com or http://dev2dev.bea.com.
Interface Dynamics is today's premier modular communication software
developer. Since 1998 it's creators have been developing some of the most
flexible and stable networking applications around. Enter WuWu, a
decentralized application that automatically seeks out and organizes its
users, encrypts communications, and employs "modules" to enable any type of
Interface Dynamics is today's premier modular communication software developer. Since 1998 it's creators have been developing some of the most flexible and stable networking applications around. Enter WuWu, a decentralized application that automatically seeks out and organizes its users, encrypts communications, and employs "modules" to enable any type of collaboration imaginable.
The Internet Society (ISOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental, international, professional membership organization. Its more than 175 organization and 7,500 individual members in over 170 nations worldwide represent a who's who of the Internet community. The work of ISOC focuses on four "pillars:" standards, public policy, education and training, and membership.
Adobe Systems, Inc. will be demonstrating AdobeŽ GoLiveŽ 6.0, for Web and wireless authoring. GoLive now natively supports PHP, ASP, and JSP, and also includes SMIL authoring. Use emulators for Nokia and DoCoMo phones to visually emulate wireless content (WML, XHTML Basic, CHTML 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0).
Jibe -- Jibe is a leading provider of Enterprise Peer-to-Peer solutions. Jibe develops Distributed Content Networks that enable companies to realize the tremendous cost and performance benefits of searching/sharing files and data peer-to-peer. Jibe features enterprise-class security, administrative controls, and hooks into leading enterprise information portals.
NextPage P2P Content Networking gives users a unified view of information residing in multiple locations. With NextPage software, users connect distributed content together in a virtual repository and then access that content as if it existed in one location. NextPage has 150 customers including companies like KPMG, Travelers, and Citibank.
Since 1997, bioinformatics professionals around the world have relied on the BioInform Newsletter for exclusive, up-to-the-minute coverage of trends in life sciences computing. These elite practitioners know there is no substitute for the behind-the-scenes reporting and expert analysis delivered every week in BioInform.
Put your finger on the pulse of the new biology. Genome Technology Magazine is the only monthly magazine focused on the technology and business of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. Its readers are an elite audience of genomics scientists and technology professionals worldwide. Genome Technology takes you inside the minds, the methods, and the machines shaping the new biology.
GenomeWeb.com has quickly become the leading source of genomics news for tens of thousands of life science professionals. With updates throughout the business day, GenomeWeb.com's team of expert journalists delivers high-value, forward-looking reports on the business and technology of genomics.
IEEE Internet Computing is a bimonthly magazine about the engineering, science, and art of developing networks and networked applications. Through tutorials, columns, and peer-reviewed features, IC explores Internet-based applications and supporting technologies as well as the Internet's widening impact on engineering practice and society.
IEEE Pervasive Computing delivers the latest peer-reviewed developments in pervasive, mobile, and ubiquitous computing. The quarterly publication acts as a catalyst for progress in this emerging field by bringing together leading researchers and practitioners, such as hardware designers, wireless engineers, human-computer interaction specialists, and software agent developers.
INET 2002, the Internet Society's 12th annual INET conference, will be held June 18-21, 2002 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA, just five minutes from downtown Washington, D.C. This year's theme is "Internet Crossroads: Where Technology and Policy Intersect." More information is available at http://www.inet2002.org.
SSC Publications, publisher of Linux Journal, is an established leader in the Linux, Open Source and UNIX fields. Now celebrating its eighth year of publication, Linux Journal is the premier magazine of the Linux community. To learn more about LJ and other SSC resources visit Linux Journal online.
Established in 1994, Linux Journal is the original monthly publication of the global Linux community, covering topics critical to intelligent implementation of the Linux operating system. Linux Journal is published by SSC Publishing, the leading Linux and Open Source authority, which has published reference materials in these fields since 1983.
Macromedia is passionate about the web. Its award-winning products empower designers and developers to efficiently create and deliver the most engaging experiences on the web, and enable innovative Internet business applications. Headquartered in San Francisco, Macromedia is available on the Internet at www.macromedia.com.
O'Reilly Network is the Online Resource for Open and Emerging Technologies. You trust O'Reilly to help you do your job more efficiently and effectively. And you can trust O'Reilly Network to deepen your knowledge and technical skills. O'Reilly Network offers information beyond O'Reilly books, from thought-provoking articles to extensive, searchable resources. It's your essential technology site before and after conferences: www.oreillynet.com.
ONJava.com is the independent source for open and emerging enterprise Java development. This O'Reilly Network site emphasizes cross-platform development and open P2P networking between servers, PCs and wireless devices. ONJava.com covers it all: EJB, JSP, Jini and Java design, Java with XML, Java security, wireless Java development and multimedia Java development.
OpenP2P.com, published by the O'Reilly Network, is a solutions-based resource for P2P developers. The site helps developers create P2P technology and helps managers and executives understand the directions that P2P is going, and how those directions will impact information services over the internet. openp2p.com provides insightful and provocative coverage of peer-to-peer technology, with a focus on open, interoperable solutions.
The Open Source Development Network. Inc., is the leading news, collaboration and distribution community for IT and Open Source development, implementation and innovation. OSDN is the home of several popular Web sites, including the award winning news discussion site Slashdot.org and the world's largest collaborative software development site, SourceForge.net.
Peertal.com, edited by Mat K Caughron, is a highly respected information portal that covers the emerging Peer-to-Peer technology space, and in particular focuses on the business and technology of distributed network systems. The site includes lively forums, surveys, an industry directory, related articles and events.
Sys Admin, the journal for Unix systems administrators satisfies the technical needs of Unix systems administrators working in heterogeneous computing environments. Coverage spans a wide range of technical topics crucial to systems administration in the enterprise. Articles provide practical, in-depth coverage of the administration of all major UNIX flavors including: Solaris, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Tru64, BSD and Irix, within environments of all sizes.
UnixReview.Com web site is the only complete on-line resource for administrators, programmers, web developers and other UNIX professionals. This information center provides news, columns, reviews and in-depth features on all flavors of Unix, including: Solaris, Linux, AIX, HP-UX, Irix, BSD, open source software and proprietary solutions.
WirelessDeveloper provides turn-key operation and management of wireless developer and partnering programs. The company acts as a relationship manager between the developer community and the wireless platform providers. WirelessDeveloper.com serves its community of 21,000 developers and suppliers with technical support, training, certification, software publishing, market development, venture capital funding, outsourcing, and more.
XML.com, an affiliate of the O'Reilly Network, provides original, timely articles and useful resources from XML's leading edge. Featuring the in-depth technical expertise you expect from O'Reilly, XML.com will help you with all your XML projects, through extensive Resource and Buyer's Guides, Toolbox, FAQs, news, reviews, forums, and a weekly newsletter.
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