Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008

Kishore Subramanian

Kishore Subramanian
Kishore is a Software Architect at JackBe where he is responsible for the Mashup platform tools, Mashlet Framework and pretty much anything related to the front-end. He has more than 10 years of Enterprise Software experience primarily in Java/J2EE/Portals. A couple years back, Kishore started working on building enterprise-grade applications in Javascript and was amazed at how simple and expressive Javascript language is. As part of JackBe's team, Kishore wants to change how Enterprise applications are developed with Mashups, Widgets and AJAX.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Building and Sharing Enterprise Mashups & Mashlets

    An Enterprise Mashup is an application that combines data from multiple internal and public sources and publishes the results to various User Interface applications including Portals, Wikis, Blogs, Websites, Email, Phone, Excel. In this presentation, we will discuss and demonstrate what an enterprise mashup platform is all about. We will walk through real examples and code to demonstrate how developers can create Mashups quickly using Enterprise Mashup Markup Language (EMML), an easy to learn, dynamic and declarative language for specifying and running mashups. And finally, what's a mashup without the ability to share? So will demonstrate how to share and consume these Mashups in the form of Mashlets with different client technologies such as Javascript, Adobe Flex and Microsoft Excel.

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