Will Web 3.0 Finally Give Developers a Real Model Driven Architecture Solution?
In this interactive panel discussion we will explore how the Semantic Web family of standards is quietly empowering the decades-old MDA (Model Driven Architecture) community. Despite 20+ years of promises from the software community, the original vision of CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) seems just as elusive as ever. However, recent activities in the past 18 months at the OMG (Object Management Group) indicate that another watershed moment for MDA is upon us. So, the question remains, can the Semantic Web and Web 3.0 technology improve the ways we conceptualize, design, code, and generate enterprise software?
Our two expert guests will address these and other questions. We have the pleasure of hearing from Dr. Deborah McGuinness and Elisa Kendal, the President and CEO of Sandpiper Software.
Deborah McGuinness, Acting Director, Stanford Knowledge Systems Laboratory
Dr. Deborah McGuinness is the acting director and senior research scientist of the Knowledge Systems - Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (KSL) at Stanford University and CEO of McGuinness Associates Consulting. Deborah's consulting focuses on helping companies utilize artificial intelligence research and semantic technologies in applications such as semantically-enabled scientific data integration, smart search, ontology management, and online commerce.
Elisa Kendall, President and CEO, Sandpiper Software
Ms. Kendall's training in Situation Semantics coupled with extensive systems integration experience led her to architect Sandpiper's standards-based approach to knowledge sharing through the use of ontologies. She started her career in development, integration, and deployment of ground-based communications, signal, and data processing systems at Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space.
Moderators: AJ Chen (Heathline.com) and Jeffrey Pollock (Oracle Fusion Middleware)
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members; No charge for SDForum members, No registration required.
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