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Web 2.0 Goes to Work with Enterprise Mashups: IBM's Rod Smith on SYS-CON.TV

Rod Smith's AJAX World General Session on SYS-CON.TV

Web 2.0 is one of the hottest things on the consumer Web, but where does it fit in the enterprise? What’s the business value and how can developers use new Web 2.0 mashups to bring value to the line-of-business users? In this session Rod Smith discusses what IBM is doing in the Web 2.0 space, demonstrates a mashup maker being developed by his team, and shares lessons he's learned from joint Web 2.0 development projects with companies such as American Express, Dunn & Bradstreet, and Dow Jones.

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Rod Smith is an IBM Fellow and vice president of the IBM Emerging Internet Technologies organization, where he leads a group of highly technical innovators who are developing solutions to help businesses “Take Web 2.0 to Work.” In his many years in the industry, Rod has moved IBM – and the industry – to a rapid adoption of technologies such as Web services, XML, Linux, J2EE, and various wireless standards.

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radixweb 08/22/08 03:32:41 AM EDT

Interesting Post...

Java Developer...

AJAXWorld News Desk 11/29/07 02:35:28 PM EST

Web 2.0 is one of the hottest things on the consumer Web, but where does it fit in the enterprise? What's the business value and how can developers use new Web 2.0 mashups to bring value to the line-of-business users? In this session Rod Smith discusses what IBM is doing in the Web 2.0 space, demonstrates a mashup maker being developed by his team, and shares lessons he's learned from joint Web 2.0 development projects with companies such as American Express, Dunn & Bradstreet, and Dow Jones.