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Anant Jhingran Discusses Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and Information Management

1969-12-31

Dr. Anant Jhingran, Distinguished Engineer, Vice President and CTO for IBM Information Management, discusses linked data in a conference keynote presentation at LinkedData Planet. Anant discusses information management and several forms of linked data, including linking by schema, by instance and social linking. (MP3 podcast, playing time 42:02).…

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Ward Cunningham Discusses Eclipse, Wiki and Agile Development

1969-12-31

In an exclusive podcast/audiocast interview, Ward Cunningham discusses social software and global collaboration for software development. Ward discusses the Eclipse Foundation, wiki, agile development, extreme programming (XP) and his personal style of development (MP3 podcast, playing time 20:01).…

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SQL:2003 (SQL/XML) and the Future of SQL

1969-12-31

Oracle standards architect, Jim Melton, editor of the international SQL standard, discusses SQL:2003 and the fusion of XQuery with SQL. MP3 podcast, length 6:13.…

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Querying XML Documents: The Death of SQL?

1969-12-31

Dr. Daniela Florescu, a key contributor to the XML Query language, discusses query optimization and the future of SQL and XQuery. MP3 podcast, playing time 9:04.…

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SQL Server and XML Documents

1969-12-31

Dr. Michael Rys of Microsoft, a member of the W3C XQuery Working Group, discusses SQL Server 2005, XQuery and the fusion of SQL with XML. MP3 podcast, playing time 15:01.…

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Information Engineering, Portals and Data Warehouses

1969-12-31

Clive Finkelstein, the father of information engineering, discusses corporate portals and the role of XML (MP3 podcast, playing time 10:13).…

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We're Going to Need Bigger Disks

1969-12-31

Ken North's commentary about freely-available software developer tools and the Internet as the backbone for software distribution (MP3 podcast, playing time 6:07).…

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Federated Identities: Overlooked Threats

1969-12-31

Security researcher Thor Larholm explains the benefits and threats of federated identities. He also discusses solutions such as load balancers and stateful firewalls (MP3 podcast, playing time 9:03). …

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SQL/XML, XQuery and Databases: Part 1

1969-12-31

Expert panel discussion featuring Ron Bourret (XML-DBMS), Dana Florescu (Oracle), Michael Kay (Saxonica), Jonathan Robie (DataDirect Technologies) and Michael Rys (Microsoft). The panelists discuss XQuery, SQL/XML, native XML databases and XML-enabled databases. MP3 podcast, length: 34:03.…

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SQL/XML, XQuery and Databases: Part 2

1969-12-31

Expert panel discussion featuring Ron Bourret (XML-DBMS), Dana Florescu (Oracle), Michael Kay (Saxonica), Jonathan Robie (DataDirect Technologies) and Michael Rys (Microsoft). The panelists discuss XQuery, SQL/XML, native XML databases and XML-enabled databases (MP3 podcast, playing time 22:46).…

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Security, Web Services and Distributed Systems

1969-12-31

Kevin Dick presents a security taxonomy of web services and distributed systems. He discusses protocols, SSL auditing, components and other aspects of security for distributed systems (MP3 podcast, playing time 14:48). …

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Trends in Databases and Data Access

1969-12-31

John Goodson of DataDirect Technologies discusses data access and APIs such as XQJ (MP3 podcast, playing time 3:40).…

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Java, .NET and Web Services

1969-12-31

Madhu Siddalingaiah of Aquarius Solutions discusses J2EE, .NET, and the Linux operating system (MP3 podcast, playing time 7:45).…

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SQL:2003 (SQL/XML) and the Future of SQL

Oracle standards architect, Jim Melton, editor of the international SQL standard, discusses SQL:2003 and the fusion of XQuery with SQL. MP3 podcast, length 6:13.…

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Querying XML Documents: The Death of SQL?

Dr. Daniela Florescu, a key contributor to the XML Query language, discusses query optimization and the future of SQL and XQuery. MP3 podcast, playing time 9:04.…

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SQL Server and XML Documents

Dr. Michael Rys of Microsoft, a member of the W3C XQuery Working Group, discusses SQL Server 2005, XQuery and the fusion of SQL with XML. MP3 podcast, playing time 15:01.…

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Information Engineering, Portals and Data Warehouses

Clive Finkelstein, the father of information engineering, discusses corporate portals and the role of XML (MP3 podcast, playing time 10:13).…

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We're Going to Need Bigger Disks

Ken North's commentary about freely-available software developer tools and the Internet as the backbone for software distribution (MP3 podcast, playing time 6:07).…

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SQLSummit TechTalk: Databases, SQL/XML, XQuery and Information Technology Podcasts

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SQLSummit TechTalk: Databases, SQL/XML, XQuery and Information Technology Podcasts


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