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Instantiations Sponsors "New Approaches for Java Rich Client Development" Live Webinar on May 31
Eclipse thought-leaders Mike Taylor and Mike Milinkovich will discuss a new approach to building desktop and rich client apps

Eclipse thought-leaders Mike Taylor and Mike Milinkovich will discuss a new approach to building desktop and rich client applications in Java, offer rationale for using Eclipse RCP to create high performance cross-platform clients and describe how a combination of Eclipse RCP and emerging development tools can help organizations bring Java back to the desktop to effectively work for them.

The SYS-CON.TV Webcast will be taped at SYS-CON's Times Square Studios and will stream live on Wednesday, May 31, 2006, at 2 PM EST.

Traditionally most application developers have designed their own architecture and then construct application frameworks themselves. This approach increases development time and adds considerable costs in time, support, and effort to solve a problem that is peripheral to building the application business logic.

Eclipse RCP is causing serious decisions to be made about the desktop computing strategies of enterprise organizations. In fact there may now be fewer obstacles to replacing costly desktop operating systems with low cost alternatives by bridging the discontinuity caused by the Win32 to Vista API shift being proposed by Microsoft.

Eclipse was originally developed as a software tools integration framework. Starting with version 3.0, the Eclipse development team completely separated the base runtime platform, known as the rich-client platform (RCP), from the development tools infrastructure. The result is an extensible, cross-platform application framework that is suitable for building almost any kind of desktop or rich client application in Java.

The first wave of commercial RCP-based applications are starting to appear in a wide variety of industries. Many organizations are standardizing on Eclipse RCP as the architecture for their internal IT applications, thus enabling them to run as manageable, integrated suites rather than as disassociated units of functionality.


(May 31, 2006) - Mike Taylor, Instantiations CEO, during the live SYS-CON.TV event

Agenda:
Bill Dudney, Editor in Chief of the Eclipse Developer’s Journal, will host this compelling webcast with Mike Taylor and Mike Milinkovich. Attendees will learn about Eclipse RCP and cutting-edge development tools through an informative interview style discussion. Attendees will also be able to ask questions of this esteemed panel of Eclipse thought-leaders.

Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor is President, CEO, and co-founder of Instantiations, Inc. He is an entrepreneur with extensive senior management experience in the enterprise software development arena. During his 25-year career in the software industry he has founded several successful high-technology software companies and held positions in general management and product marketing.

Mike Milinkovich
Mike Milinkovich is the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation. In the past, he has held key management positions with Oracle, WebGain, The Object People, and Object Technology International Inc. (which subsequently became a wholly-owned subsidiary of IBM), assuming responsibility for development, product management, marketing, strategic planning, finance and business development.

What:
Eclipse Developer's Journal (EDJ) Webinar
Bring Java Back to the Desktop: Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP)

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When:

Wednesday, May 31 2006 2:00-3:00 PM EDT

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Eclipse thought-leaders Mike Taylor and Mike Milinkovich will discuss a new approach to building desktop and rich client applications in Java, offer rationale for using Eclipse RCP to create high performance cross-platform clients and describe how a combination of Eclipse RCP and emerging development tools can help organizations bring Java back to the desktop to effectively work for them.


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Eclipse News Desk wrote: Eclipse thought-leaders Mike Taylor and Mike Milinkovich will discuss a new approach to building desktop and rich client applications in Java, offer rationale for using Eclipse RCP to create high performance cross-platform clients and describe how a combination of Eclipse RCP and emerging development tools can help organizations bring Java back to the desktop to effectively work for them.
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