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Presentation: "Application Integration using Linked Data"

Track: Augmented Data / Time: Monday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: C103, Musikhuset

There are many technologies available for implementing applications of different types, and many successful applications have been built with them. There are fewer technologies for integrating applications into larger systems, and the results of applying those technologies have been much less satisfactory. Linked data – a combination of simple technologies from the world-wide web – has multiple uses. Our team at IBM has focused on using Linked Data as a fundamentally new approach to application integration that we believe is significantly more successful for our use-cases than previous technologies we have used. We have been shipping products based on these technologies for 5 years now. Our experiences have culminated in a member submission to the W3C as the starting point for a W3C work-group that aims to produce a recommendation for these uses of Linked Data. This talk will describe our experiences with Linked Data and the W3C member submission that emerged from them.

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Martin Nally, IBM Fellow, IBM Rational CTO, Member of Program Advisory Board

Martin Nally

Biography: Martin Nally

Martin Nally is the Chief Technology Officer for the Rational Software division of IBM and an IBM Fellow. Martin joined IBM in 1990 with 10 years prior industry experience. He has held several architecture and development positions in IBM including lead architect and developer for IBM VisualAge/Smalltalk and VisualAge/Java. Martin was one of a team of three that launched the IBM project that later became the Eclipse framework and he led the architecture, design and development of WebSphere Studio, IBM's flagship Eclipse-based developer tool-suite that later evolved into Rational Application Developer. He was chief architect for Rational before becoming CTO.

Martin is member of the GOTO Aarhus Program Advisory Board