EVENT: Next generation data integration: Using XML to harness data for business advantage

As IT departments begin building Web services and Web applications, one of the chief challenges that they'll face is integrating existing corporate data into those services and applications. XML is a big tool for data integration tasks.


Date: MARCH 26
Time: 1:00pm, ET

Topic: NEXT GENERATION DATA INTEGRATION:
Using XML to harness data for business advantage

Guest: DENISE DRAPER, NIMBLE TECHNOLOGY
Chief Software Architect

PRE-REGISTER to attend this free Webcast. Attendees may submit questions directly to Denise Draper after her presentation.

WHY ATTEND? As IT departments begin building Web services and Web applications, one of the chief challenges that they'll face is integrating existing corporate data into those services and applications. XML is a big tool for data integration tasks. In this Webcast and discussion, Denise Draper will:

  • Describe the value of XML to IT in its various emerging roles
  • Discuss the value of XML to data integration
  • Provide tips, tricks, insights and conclusions based on Nimble's experience of building an XML-based data integration software platform

GUEST BIO: Denise Draper, Nimble Technology
Chief Software Architect
Prior to joining Nimble Technology in June 1999 as Chief Software Architect, Denise Draper was part of the research staff at Rockwell's Palo Alto Research Lab, a highly respected artificial intelligence (AI) research group. She quickly advanced to become the lead researcher and program manager for several research projects with the Air Force and Boeing, with a total funding of several million dollars. Her interest in XML began with an in-house XML application in the area of Natural Language Processing. She earned her B.S. degree in Engineering from Caltech, followed by a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington in 1995, working in the area of artificial intelligence. Ms. Draper has published a number of papers in several areas of AI, serves on the review board of all the major AI conferences, and serves on the XML Query Working Group of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).

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