Special for Managers - IT architecture for IT-managers
Tuesday September 23 at JAOO 2003 Conference,
Scandinavian Congress Center, Aarhus, Denmark
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Core object orientation: getting back to plain objects without necessarily getting wrapped up in specific technologies or languages. How do we teach objects? How do we make objects?
We know that the objects that are alive at runtime are good at what they do. Now comes the time to consider the things that objects did not make easier. What about persistence of objects? Where are we now with techniques and technology for giving us persistent objects?
In this track we'll be covering both fundamentals of web services, but also more critical reviews of where this technology is going.
J2EE AND .NET - TECHIE STUFF
The track includes different aspects of the J2EE and .NET technologies, motivation for choosing one technology or tool over another. We hope this track will give rise to discussions over nitty-gritty details.
J2EE and .NET - Techie stuff
PRACTICE AND METHODS
How do we go about developing software? We would like guidance to get us there, whether in the detail of a recipe or more softly through patterns and recommendations. Over time there have been a lot of proposals for such recipes. Some of these work well, others don't. This track offers us reasoned methods, practical processes and some experience of using them.
Practice and Methods
OPEN SOURCE AND FREE SOFTWARE MOVEMENT
Is there such a thing as a free lunch? We will hear talks from people who develop or use open source software. If patents on software become a universal reality, will they spell the end of open source? In relation to the Open Source movement, there is the Free Software movement. The fundamental difference between the two movements is in their values, their ways of looking at the world. For the Open Source movement, the issue of whether software should be open source is a practical question, not an ethical one. As one person put it, "Open source is a development methodology; free software is a social movement.
Open Source and Free Software Movement
A high-quality software architecture is considered a prerequisite for applications that wish to meet both their functional and non-functional requirements. But it is surprisingly hard to
construct high-quality software architectures, even with modern software
development methods We'd like to explore the secrets of such