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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Mashing Up Business Value with Web 2.0- Video Session at Web 2.0 Expo

One of the sessions i attended last week at the Web 2.0 Expo was the session on Mashing Up Business Value with Web 2.0 which included one of my colleagues Greg Merkle along with Rod Smith and David Barnes from IBM. Greg is VP Creative Director for the Dow Jones Enterprise Media Group based in Princeton and i was very lucky that i got to spend some quality time with him over the three day conference.

The panel discussed enterprise "mashup eco-systems" comprising of data sources (mashup widgets, feeds,taxonomies,metadata) along with some of the new tools being created to create mashups quickly (focusing on IBM's enterprise mashup maker-QEDwiki). I managed to record the session and have posted it as a 4 part video on my blip.tv channel:
  • Part I- Rod Smith, IBM Internet Technologies Group introduces the session and talks about the business value and how developers ignite new Web 2.0 development projects for their companies
  • Part II- David Barnes from IBM takes the audience through a quick demo of QEDwiki and talks about how IBM is using internally
  • Part III- Greg Merkle demo's a Dow Jones Mashup using QEDwiki and discusses managing metadata for the purpose of delivering role specific mashups quickly to the enterprise and takes some questions from the audience
  • Part IV: Q&A Session



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