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Unleashing the Power of RIAs with SOA and Messaging

Unleashing the Power of RIAs with SOA and Messaging

In traditional Rich Internet Applications, the term “Rich” applies mostly to the expressiveness of the user interface, and not to the way the data flows between the tiers of the application. This session will explain "data-rich" Internet Applications, which are not only rich in terms of the user interface, but also in terms of how the data flows between tiers. We will explore how a data-oriented approach built on top of SOA can be used to automate the synchronization process between the client tier and the middle tier. Christophe will demonstrate an architecture that extends existing enterprise messaging solutions (such as JMS) to enable publish/subscribe messaging in RIAs.

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Christophe Coenraets currently works as a Senior Technical Evangelist at Adobe. Before joining Adobe, Christophe was an evangelist at Macromedia, focusing on Rich Internet Applications and Enterprise integration. Prior to Macromedia, Christophe was the head of Java and J2EE Technical Evangelism at Sybase, where he started working on Java Enterprise projects in 1996. Before joining Sybase in the US, Christophe held different positions at Powersoft in Belgium, including Principal Consultant for PowerBuilder, and Manager of the Professional Services organization. Before joining Powersoft, Christophe worked as a developer and architect on several retail and BPM projects. Christophe has been a regular speaker at conferences worldwide for the last 10 years.

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