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Live Tango!

Posted by haroldcarr on May 16, 2006 at 10:21 AM PDT

We've been working hard to get Project Tango's initial source access
ready in time for


JavaOne
.

Good news. We did it! Go to


wsit.dev.java.net

to try it out. We are still in the early stages so now is a good time
to get involved and help shape the code.

If you are in the mood to read more about Project Tango right now go
to


java.sun.com/webservices/interop

for the big picture. Also, read my


overview article

that was just published on


Sun Developer Network

last Friday.

Finally, if you are going to


JavaOne in San Francisco

be sure to come to the Project Tango sessions (listed in chronological
order):

Session # Title Speakers Location
TS
5540
Making Java Technology-Based/.NET Web Services Interoperability Real Kirill Gavrylyuk (Microsoft)

Arun Gupta (Sun Microsystems)
Tuesday, 16-MAY-06

11:00AM

Esplanade 307-310
TS
4661
Composable Web Services Using Interoperable Technologies from Sun's "Project
Tango"
Harold Carr, Nick Kassem (Sun Microsystems) Tuesday, 16-MAY-06

02:00 PM

Esplanade 307-310
BOF
2477
Secure Interoperable Webservices Using XML Web Services Security 3.0 Venugopal K, Jayanthi Kumar , Jiandong Guo (Sun Microsystems), Michael Jones, Kirill Gavrylyuk (Microsoft) Tuesday, 16-MAY-06

09:30 PM

Hall E 135
LAB
4335
Developing Interoperable Next Generation Web Services with Project
Glassfish, Netbeans IDE & WSIT
Martin Grebac, Ramesh Babu Mandava, Ana Lindstrom-Tamer (Sun Microsystems) Wednesday, 17-MAY-06

11:30 AM

Hall E 130/131
LAB
4335
(repeat)
Developing Interoperable Next Generation Web Services with Project
Glassfish, Netbeans IDE & WSIT
Martin Grebac, Ramesh Babu Mandava, Ana Lindstrom-Tamer (Sun Microsystems) Wednesday, 17-MAY-06

7:20 PM

Hall E 130/131
TS
3473
Building Secure and Trusted Web Services Using Project Tango Venugopal K, Jayanthi Kumar, Jiandong Guo (Sun Microsystems) Thursday, 18-MAY-06

12:15 PM

North Mtg Rm 121/122
TS
1603
Reliable and Transacted Web Services between Java Technology-Based Project Tango and Microsoft
Indigo
Joe Fialli, Mike Grogan, Ryan Shoemaker (Sun Microsystems) Thursday, 18-MAY-06

02:45 PM

North Mtg Rm 121/121
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