[LINK] W3C Seminar on Web Services, Melbourne 24 March 2003

jeff.evans at iird.vic.gov.au jeff.evans at iird.vic.gov.au
Thu Mar 13 10:37:15 EST 2003

[Apologies for cross posting]

Free W3C Seminar
Melbourne, 3pm - 5pm, Monday - 24th March.
Venue: Department of Infrastructure Theatrette, Level 29, Nauru House, 80
Collins Street, Melbourne

The Australian W3C Office, in conjunction with DSTC, Multimedia Victoria
and ManageSoft, presents a free seminar - W3C and Web Services. Web
services is a hot topic today, because it promises to be the foundation of
the Web tomorrow. We have all seen the impact and benefits of the Web. Web
services will enable the Web to be even more powerful and useful. The W3C
is developing the specifications for Web Services. It is a vendor neutral
organisation and it is committed to keeping the Web open and interoperable
- vital ingredients for the success of the Web. Building on the success of
HTML, XML and other W3C technologies, Web Services will help us realise the
full potential of the Web.

Anna Gerber is currently a Research Scientist at the Distributed Systems
Research Centre (DSTC).  Her present work involves research into and
prototyping of model-driven development techniques.  From 1997 to 2000,
Anna studied at the University of Queensland, completing a Bachelor of
Science degree with First Class Honours.  Anna's honours thesis related to
the automatic derivation of formal specifications from Graphical User
Interface builder tools.  In 2000, Anna was awarded a University Medal for
outstanding scholarship, placing her in the top one percent of UQ

To register for this seminar please complete the following and email to:
w3c-australia at w3.org

I would like to register for the follow free W3C Seminar
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Location of free W3C seminar: Melbourne 24 March


Jeff Evans
Manager, Business Channel (acting)
Business Information Services
Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development
Victoria, Australia
Ph 03 9651 9590 Fax 03 9651 9725
Email jeff.evans at iird.vic.gov.au

Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development
Department for Victorian Communities 
Government of Victoria, Victoria, Australia. 

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