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I started a job within the CTO Department at Credit Suisse in New York, as an integration architect. I am formerly CTO at IONA Technologies and TP Architect at Digital Equipment Corporation (now part of HP).
I started my career in 1978 at Chicago, focusing on criminal justice applications because of the State of Illinois. You understand the opening scene of this "Blues Brothers" at Joliet Prison? I had been there around precisely the identical period, on how to and from training and interviewing guards to use our new online TP prisoner tracking system. After I moved back create and to design the purchase entry/inventory management platform.
After I joined Digital Equipment Corporation. In those days (1984) it was hard to imagine that a more stable job or even better working atmosphere. I say I obtained my computer science instruction there. I had almost 16 great years working with some of the very best software engineers from the business, including TP pioneers like Jim Gray and Phil Bernstein, with whom I wrote "Principles of Transaction Processing."
During my first year in IONA (I began in November, 1999) I got the business involved with Internet services and as an early contributor to both SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI I started writing "Understanding Web Services" for Addison Wesley. The book won 2 awards, including a prestigious Jolt Award and the Web Services Journal Reader's Choice award (which was a popular vote award), also eventually become one of the greatest selling Web services novels.
That caused the opportunity to work using a followup book, "Understanding SOA with Web Services," for I got some terrific assistance from Greg Lomow, a excellent technologist and senior adviser from the SOA area. This book is forthcoming in very useful at my new project, and has sold well.
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