EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





"Declarative Construction" - Meeting the demands of Users and CIOs

Peter Yared (ActiveGrid)

· Short Talk

Wednesday, 10:20, 10 minutes | Room 210

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composition of page-flow, strict adherence to the latest XML standards, inherent support for model-driven development and service-oriented architectures – are keys to the trend. Declarative construction focuses development on the rapid assembly of standard components. The result is applications are built very quickly, iteration and maintenance are expected, and all application assets remain compliant with the CIO's best-practices architecture. In this Short Talk, ActiveGrid CEO Peter Yared will explain why Eclipse-based tools that promote declarative construction are critical to the realization of Enterprise Web 2.0.

Peter Yared, Founder and CEO, ActiveGrid: Peter was most recently CTO of Sun Microsystems' Liberty Network Identity initiative. Peter was also CTO of Sun Microsystems' Application Server Division. Before its acquisition by Sun, Peter served as CTO of NetDynamics, which pioneered the then-leading J2EE application server. Earlier, he was Founder and CEO of JRad Technologies, an enterprise Java company acquired by NetDynamics. Additionally, Peter was Chief Architect of client/server products at object-oriented tool maker Prograph International and the architect of several mission-critical systems deployed by U.S. government agencies and the GED Testing Service. Peter holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.

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