NYC ST: Cincom's Web Tool Kit and more 
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 NYC ST: Cincom's Web Tool Kit and more

Our fall series will start on October 4th rather than on September
20th due to speaker availability and religious holiday conflicts.
Please join us on:

Date:         October 4, 2001
Time:         6:30 to 8:30
Location:     IBM Building , Madison and 57th in Manhattan

6:30 to 7:00pm
Open House

7:00 to 8:30pm
Cincom's Web Tool Kit and Forward

James Robertson, Product Manager for Cincom Smalltalk will start the
presentation with a discussion of the 5i.4 release as well as plans
for the 5i.5 release.

As product manager for both the VisualWorks and ObjectStudio product
lines,  Mr. Robertson is involved in all aspects of the business,
including pricing, licensing terms, product evolution, and partner

Alan Knight will follow with an in depth discussion of the "Web Tool
Kit" which among other things provides a compliant implementaton of
Sun's JSP and Servlet specs but which exhibits some clear advantages
with respects to debugging and ease of use. The Web Tool Kit also
allows for an ASP based approach to web development.

Alan Knight works at Cincom Systems on VisualWorks web development and
is the lead architect on the soon to be released Web Tool Kit. Prior
to that he was with The Object People for many years, most recently as
lead architect for the TOPLink family of object-relational mapping
products. He was instrumental in creating a version of TOPLink to do
container-managed persistence in the WebLogic server, and was a member
of the expert group for the EJB 2.0 specification. He has been a
columnist for The Smalltalk Report, and has spoken at many
conferences, including Smalltalk Solutions,
OOPSLA, the European Smalltalk User Group's Summer School, the
Borland/Inprise User Conference, and Java One. Alan is also an editor
Smalltalk Chronicles ( http://www.*-*-*.com/ ), is leads
open-source project "GLORP" for doing object-relational mapping
( http://www.*-*-*.com/ ), and is co-author of the book "Mastering
ENVY/Developer" (Cambridge University Press).

For further information on Cincom Smalltalk please visit:


NYC Smalltalk Developer's Group

Sat, 28 Feb 2004 13:00:17 GMT  
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