Don Box and Amanda Laucher present “M”, a declarative language for building data models, domain models or external DSLs. Most of the presentation consists of Don Box doing hands-on code writing demoing some of M’s features and latest changes of the language.
Alex Antonov explains why Orbitz needed to ditch Jini and Java serialization in favor of REST and Protocol Buffers. Most of the presentation contains a demo of a sample application using these technologies to handle client-server requests/responses.
Amanda Laucher talks about Oslo and its tools, Intellipad, M.exe – the M Compiler, MB.exe – MGrammar Compiler, and how they can be used to create a DSL. She demonstrates the creation of a demo DSL in Oslo.
In this presentation, WSO2 co-founder Paul Fremantle talks about the experience of creating an open source SOA registry solution for WS-* web services using RESTful HTTP and Atom/AtomPub and talks about the challenges that were faced. In addition, the talk addresses the use of a pure REST solution by a team with a strong focus on WS-* solutions.
In this presentation, Brian Zimmer, Senior Architect at Orbitz World Wide, unveils Orbitz.com’s architecture and its evolution over the years as the site grew from a US domestic flights booking website to an international website offering flight booking, accommodation, car rental, cruises, vacations, and event booking.
Communication is everywhere. The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) can be used to design and develop service-oriented distributed solutions. This presentation shows the basics of WCF and how to solve common problems in distributed systems. Christian Weyer provides a practical approach to realizing distributed solutions with WCF - beyond the hype and 'Hello World'.