Using Eclipse to Model Rich Internet Applications and Web Services for Spring

Jared Rodriguez (Skyway Software Tampa, Florida)

Modeling · Gold Sponsor Talk

Wednesday, 13:30, 50 minutes | Ballroom E | Download in iCal Format

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For many years Model Driven Development and Service Oriented Architectures have progressed along separate but complimentary lines. However, challenges remain on both fronts as implementers strive to bridge the gap between their business processes and their software implementations. This presentation will describe how Skyway has utilized the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) to provide an easy to use, yet powerful modeling solution for both RIA and Web Services that enables a seamless blend of coding and modeling. Powered by EMF, these models generate standard Java code that is tailored to run utilizing the Spring Framework in both a web server only environment or in a full JEE container. The modeled solutions are portable across open source and diverse commercial infrastructure stacks.

Mr. Rodriguez created the first internet marketplace software in 1996 when he was co-founder and CTO at TRADEX, a leading provider of e-marketplace software technology. After Ariba acquired TRADEX in the late 1990s, Rodriguez served as CTO at Ariba and a Principal of Armada Venture Capital Group, an early-stage venture capital firm. Rodriguez is an author of the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) specification and is listed as 'one to watch' among InfoWorld's 2002 list of technology innovators. Along with former TRADEX colleagues Daniel Aegerter and Jack Kennedy, Rodriguez founded Skyway Software in November 2001.

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