Web services are considered as leading implementation of a Service Oriented Architecture which are components that provide services over a network in open, interoperable, platform neutral standards. The Web services tools in Eclipse Web Tools Platform enables users to easily create WS-I compliant WSDL files, create Web services using Axis and Axis2 Web service runtimes, and test the Web services.
Given by the people who build WTP, this tutorial is a part of the "Eclipse Web Tools Platform – Uncovered" tutorial series which will take an examples and best-practices based approach to teach the attendees how to use WTP effectively.
The agenda will include:
Kathy Chan is an Advisory Software Engineer on the Rational Java Web Services Tools team, working for IBM Rational Software at the IBM Toronto Lab. She is the component lead for the Web Services subproject in the Eclipse Web Tools Platform project. Since 2000, she had been active in the development of Web services tools in IBM's WebSphere Studio and Rational Developer products. She had been involved with the Web services component in the Eclipse Web Tools Platform since it's inception. She has demonstrated Web services tools in conferences, in online Webcasts and to customers. Prior to working on Web services, she was involved in the planning, development and testing of various development tools in IBM. She has a B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto and a M.B.A. from York University.