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Harold Carr

Harold Carr is the architect for SOAP web service technology at Oracle (a position he also held at Sun Microsystems). He designed the pluggable transports, the asynchronous client and service APIs, and streaming I/O used in Oracle's SOAP stack. He also lead the consolidation of Oracle's three SOAP stacks down to one centering on the Sun SOAP stack (aka Metro). Previous to this role he designed the core architecture used in Sun's JAX-WS 2.0 reference implementation, in Sun's CORBA ORB and in the and the scalable socket communications architecture (aka Grizzly) used in GlassFish and IIOP remoting. He was responsible for RMI-IIOP load-balancing and fail-over in the GlassFish application server. He was part of the DOE/NEO team that built a C++ forerunner to EJBs. He was chairperson of the OMG Portable Interceptor specification and helped write the OMG Portable Object Adapter specification. Previous to Sun, he did distributed computing research at Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories and Schlumberger Research Laboratories, was Chief Architect of Visual Lisp technology at Autodesk, and was a logic simulation consultant for Cirrus Logic. He holds a Ph.D., in Computer Science from the University of Utah where he worked as a research programmer on Portable Standard LISP, Utah Common LISP, Concurrent Utah Scheme and Distributed C++.

 

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My OSCON 2011 notes

Posted by haroldcarr on July 26, 2011 at 5:19 PM PDT

I'm at OSCON in Portland - I'll be posting my notes from time-to-time

SF MusicTech Summit notes

Posted by haroldcarr on December 9, 2009 at 4:28 PM PST

 

Kynetx Impact Conference - notes - afternoon day 2

Posted by haroldcarr on November 19, 2009 at 6:44 PM PST

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1:00-1:45 pm
Show Me the Money!
by Kristen Knight, Kynetx VP Product Management

Monetizing cross-site, context-sensitive apps, revenue models, VAR &
Implementor business opportunities.

Wal-Mart

Kynetx Impact Conference - notes - morning day 2

Posted by haroldcarr on November 19, 2009 at 6:42 PM PST

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9:00-9:45 am
User-Centric Identity in the Client-Side Revolution
Kim Cameron
Microsoft Chief Architect of Identity, Distinguished Engineer

Identity
- the stuff of poets and philosophers

Digital Identity
- Recognize us in different contexts

Kynetx Impact Conference - notes - afternoon day 1

Posted by haroldcarr on November 19, 2009 at 6:40 PM PST

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1:00-1:45 PM
Client-Side Endpoints and Context Automation
by Dave McNamee, Kynetx VP Client Engagement/VAR Services
dxm@kynetx.com
801-376-5043

Endpoint: thing on client that ties application to user.

Learn

Kynetx Impact Conference - notes - morning day 1

Posted by haroldcarr on November 19, 2009 at 6:33 PM PST

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9:00-9:45 AM
The Intention Economy: What Happens When Customers Get Real Power
Doc Searls
Sr. Editor of Linux Journal
Author of The Cluetrain Manifesto.
http://projectvrm.com

I only caught the tailend - stuck in traffic.

Attending Kynetx Impact Conference

Posted by haroldcarr on November 18, 2009 at 10:55 AM PST

 I am attending the code.kynetx.com/events/kynetx-impact-conference-agenda/

I will be posting my raw notes.  Hope you find
them useful.

A Common Ant Build File for Metro-Based Services and Clients

Posted by haroldcarr on July 8, 2009 at 8:05 PM PDT

There are many ways to build Metro-based services and clients. This common ant build file handles most of them.

For example: starting from Java and running containerless; starting from WSDL and deploying to GlassFish or Tomcat

An article I wrote shows a common ant build file for many configurations:

My CommunityOne 2009 presentation is online

Posted by haroldcarr on July 1, 2009 at 10:59 AM PDT

My CommunityOne 2009 presentation is now available online.

My JavaOne 2009 presentations online

Posted by haroldcarr on June 30, 2009 at 3:08 PM PDT

My JavaOne 2009 presentations are now available online.