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principal consultant Stefan Tilkov, innoQ

principal consultant Stefan  Tilkov

Stefan Tilkov is co-founder and principal consultant at innoQ, a technology consulting company with offices in Germany and Switzerland. He has been involved in the design of large-scale, distributed systems for more than a decade, using a variety of technologies and tools ranging from C++ and CORBA over J2EE/Java EE and Web Services to REST and Ruby on Rails.

Stefan is lead SOA editor of InfoQ, author of a numerous articles and a frequent speaker at conferences around the world.

Presentation: "Cloud Panel Discussion"

Track: Cloud

Time: Monday 15:40 - 16:30

Location: Lille Sal

Abstract: The premise is simple. In the future, we won't have or even need all our data or software programs on our own computers -- they'll be floating around somewhere on somebody else's servers, accessible via the internet. A vast, interconnected "nebula" of other people's data and servers, aka the "Cloud". Is this Web 3.0, SOA 2.0, something entirely different, or the same old stuff once again repackaged by the marketing department? Listen to our industry experts' views and opinions (they are sure to have many!) as they debate what it means to live in the cloud. Conferences are all about interaction, so please come and interact with us by posing questions to the panel.

Presentation: "Successfully applying REST - Integration, Web-style"

Time: Tuesday 14:40 - 15:30

Location: Rytmisk Sal

Abstract: REST, short for REpresentational State Transfer, is a name for the architectural principles underlying the world's largest and most successful distributed system - the World Wide Web. In this talk, Stefan will describe the key REST principles and the reason for their existence, and explore some useful patterns to follow and anti-patterns to avoid when building systems following the REST architectural style.