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From "haleh mahbod" <hmah...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache Tuscany Free Webinar, Wed. November 8th at 8 AM pacific - Mark your Calendar!
Date Wed, 01 Nov 2006 17:50:23 GMT
Hi All,

Just a reminder that Tuscany SCA Webinar is scheduled for Wed. November 8th
at 8 AM pacific.

This is a great opportunity to invite those who are interested to learn
about Tuscany SCA.

Thanks,
Haleh


On 10/18/06, haleh mahbod <hmahbod@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> *Apache **Tuscany**: Not the Same Old Architecture*
>
> Do you think of the popular term SOA as the "Same Old Architecture"
> concept? The Apache Tuscany Project moves SOA (Service Oriented
> Architecture) beyond buzzwords and vague arm-waving into reality. The
> project aims to create a next-generation services infrastructure in open
> source based on the principles behind the Service Component Architecture
> (SCA). With Apache Tuscany, application developers will be able to create,
> assemble, and deploy service networks in ways that are not easily done or
> possible with existing middleware.
>
> This webinar will provide an overview of how Apache Tuscany simplifies the
> task of creating and assembling service-based applications using SCA. It
> will also cover where the Tuscany project is headed and how it will help
> developers build tomorrow's applications today.
>
> Speakers: Jeremy Boynes and Jim Marino
>
> *Jeremy Boynes, Gluecode CTO, IBM Corporation** *
>
> Jeremy works at IBM on emerging technologies for Service Oriented
> Architecture and is an active contributor to Apache Tuscany and other open
> source projects. Prior to acquisition by IBM, Jeremy was CTO for Gluecode
> Software and one of the founders of the Apache Geronimo J2EE project.
>
> *Jim Marino, Senior Principal Technologist, Office of the CTO, BEA System*
> * *
>
> Jim Marino works at BEA Systems in the office of the CTO on emerging
> technologies. He is currently involved in the development of the SCA
> specifications and the Apache Tuscany Project. Prior to BEA, Jim was with
> Art Technology Group and a number of Bay Area startups.
>
> *Seminar Attendance Information *
>
> *(This free webinar is hosted by BEA for **Tuscany** . Thank you)*
>
> ·         Test your computer's configuration:
> http://esd.placeware.com/LM2005test
>
> ·         Click the meeting URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/bea/join?id=110106aa&role=attend&pw=ATTBEA
>
> *or
> *if you can't click the above meeting URL, click the following link:
> https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/bea
>
> 1.      When you click on either URL, the Join Meeting page appears. In
> the following fields, verify or enter this information:
>
> o*Name:*  (Enter your first and last name)
>
> o*Meeting ID:* 110106aa
>
> o*Meeting Key:* ATTBEA
>
> 3.      Click *Join Meeting*.
>
> 4.      If prompted, install and run the Live Meeting console software. It
> will take a few moments for the Live Meeting console to launch.
>
> *Audio*
>
> Once you log in to the Live Meeting console, you should hear the event's
> streaming audio. If you do not have WMP 9 installed you will be prompted to
> install it before the audio is available to you.
> If you have WMP 9 installed but you still do not hear the audio, please
> confirm that your PC speakers are on and that the volume is turned up. If
> you continue to experience difficulties, please contact Event Support (see
> "Contact Live Meeting Event Support" below) or use backup audio (see below).
>
>
> Thank you and we hope to see you there.
> Software Requirements and Support info
>
> To attend the Web conference you will need:
>
> ·         A computer with access to the Internet to view the visual
> portion of the event.
>
> ·         A functioning sound card and speakers or headphones for your PC.
>
>
> ·         Windows Media Player (WMP) 9 or later.
>
> ·         A compatible computer configuration. To test your computer:
>
> 1.   Click the following link: http://esd.placeware.com/LM2005test
>
> *Note:*  If you are unable to click this link, you can also cut and paste
> the link into the address bar of your browser.
>
> 2.       Install and run Live Meeting console software if necessary.
>
> 3.       You should see a Live Meeting console with 3 revolving slides. If
> you are able to see all three slides your test is successful.
>
> 4.       If you are not able to see the slides or if your system is
> stalled, please contact Event Support (see "Contact Live Meeting Event
> Support" below).
>
> *Note:*  The Web-based Meeting console does not support the new embedded
> audio features (IAB).
>
>
>
> *Back-up telephone audio*
>
> If you are unable to connect to the audio through the Internet Audio
> Broadcast, you can dial in to the audio over a traditional telephony line:
>
> US/Canada:  (877) 698-6760
>
> International: 503-295-8000
>
> PIN:   6760
>
> *Contact Live Meeting Event Support*
>
> For technical assistance, please contact Event Support at:
>
> US/Canada toll free: (1) (800) 893-8779
>
> International:  (1) (971) 544-3222
> Quick Tips
>
> · To restore the original layout of your Live Meeting console, go to the *
> View* menu, and click *Restore Default Layout*.
>
> · To view relevant meeting login details, go to the *View* menu, and click
> *Meeting Information*.
> User Notes
>
> · When you enter the event, you will be prompted to install and run the
> Live Meeting Console software. If you cancel the software installation, you
> will be given a link to attend the event using the Web-based Meeting
> console.
>
> · Attendees unable to install the software, as well as anyone joining
> using a Macintosh, will be presented with the Web-based Meeting console
> link.
>
> *Note:*  Your event experience when using the Web-based Meeting console
> will be very similar to using the Windows-based Live Meeting Console
> software, but the functionality and layout of the Web-based Meeting console
> is significantly different. Be aware that console tools referred to in their
> presentation usually refer to the Live Meeting Console software and may
> either reside in a different location in the Web-based Meeting console or be
> unavailable entirely.
>

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