Webcast: Developing Web services applications using J2EE 1.4 Editors
Many IT departments are considering whether or not to move ahead with developing a Web services infrastructure using J2EE. This webcast provides valuable insight into J2EE Web services that helps IT managers, architects, and developers decide whether or not J2EE Web services is the best solution for their operations.

Jim Keogh
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J2EE: The Complete Reference"
Jim Keogh introduced PC programming nationally in his Popular Electronics Magazine column in 1982, 4 years after Apple Computer started in a garage. He was a team member who built one of the first Windows applications by a Wall Street firm, featured by Bill Gates in 1986. Keogh has spent more than a decade developing computer systems for Wall Street firms such as Salomon, Inc. and Bear Stearns, Inc.

Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University where he teaches technology courses include the Java Application Development lab. He is the author of J2EE: The Complete Reference (including cover of Web services), "J2ME, The Complete Reference" both published by Osborne McGraw Hill and more than 50 other titles including five in the popular ...For Dummies series. He is also a member of the Java Community Process.

Topic: Developing Web services applications using J2EE 1.4

Date: November 21, 2002
Time: 2:00pm, ET

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Jim Keogh shall be answering questions from the audience after his presentation. So join us and pose your own question to this expert. Five lucky attendees who submit questions will win a free copy of J2EE: The Complete Reference, so be sure to come with your questions! You can also read a free chapter from his book before the webcast.

Who should attend? IT Managers, architecture pros and developers

Why attend? This webcast will cover:

  • What is J2EE Web services?
  • The benefits of J2EE Web services
  • How to implement a J2EE Web services solution
  • Drawbacks of J2EE Web services

In addition to J2EE: The Complete Reference, Jim has authored, or co-authored, the following books:

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