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Building content-enabled applications with DFS: Developer Track @ EMC World 2009

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Developer Track @ EMC World 2009 Session Detail for Building content-enabled applications with DFS

 

 

 

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Technology

Session

Length

Type

Level

Date/Time

Documentum

Building content-enabled applications with DFS

60

Lecture

Intermediate

Wed 5/20 @ 9:30-10:30am

ABSTRACT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since the release of EMC Documentum 6, Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) has enabled developers to rapidly compose content-enabled applications and maximize code reuse. In addition to existing WSDL endpoints, RESTful web services will be exposed. This session will focus on both kinds of web services and provide guidance to solution developers.

SESSION TAKE-AWAYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Quick overview of DFS today and forthcoming
  • Observe content-centric application development with DFS
  • Understand how to leverage the developer community on an ongoing basis

 

BIO:

 

Craig Randall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig is EMC Distinguished Engineer, working in EMC's Content Management & Archiving (CMA) business. Craig has been with EMC for almost 11 years and is responsible for the architecture of several CMA products, including Documentum Foundation Services (DFS). Craig is an active member of the OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Technical Committee and is a Microsoft Solutions Architect MVP. Craig blogs at http://craigrandall.net/.

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