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Tutorial #15 - Secrets of object-oriented component-based Middleware - Patterns for Concurrent and Networked Objects


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Secrets of object-oriented component-based Middleware - Patterns for
Concurrent and Networked Objects

Presenter :Michal Stal (Corporate Tech., Germany)
Duration :Half day
Day :Tuesday - morning
Level :Advanced/Intermediate

 

 

 

 

Abstract

Nowadays, most software applications are developed to run on networks or on the Internet. However, to build sophisticated distributed systems in an efficient and an effective way a lot of experience and knowledge is required from developers. Patterns are the perfect means to document the experience of professional developers in this area. Hence, the goal of this tutorial is to introduce a web of important patterns that together explain how to build distributed, concurrent systems with quality in mind. The patterns introduced will not only help to build software applications but also to understand the "secrets" of object-oriented middleware and component-based from an architecture perspective.

 

Required experience

Sound knowledge in Object-Oriented Programming Basic skills in distribution technologies Java or C++ skills might be helpful.

 

Expected audience

Developers and software architects interested in building and understanding object-oriented and component-based distributed systems.

 

Presenter's profile
Michael Stal is Senior Principal Engineer at Siemens responsible for research on Middleware and Application Integration. Michael focuses on Distributed Objects & Components, Software Architecture, and Web technologies. He is co-author of Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture Volume I&II, Siemens representative at the OMG, former member of the C++ X3J16 standardization working group, and editor-in-chief of Java Spektrum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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