"Intro to Corba" at LULA, 7PM tomorrow, 19 Feb 2002
- LULA (Linux Users of Los Angeles) presents:
"Intro to CORBA: remote objects with C++/java/python/whatever"
Speakers: Dan Kegel and Chris Smith
When: Tuesday, February 19, 2002, 7-9 pm
Where: Tom Bradley Center, 5213 West Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Cost: Free (but if you're not a LULA member, please rsvp to rsvp@... )
CORBA, like RPC, DCOM, RMI, and more recently SOAP, is
glue used to tie together programs that run partly on one
computer, and partly on another, often in different languages.
It was introduced as a standard in 1991, and has been
used by large companies for many years. However, only in the
last few years have high quality open source implementations
and good documentation become available.
Dan and Chris will introduce you to CORBA programming
with a couple of small demos and a war story or two.
Slides for the talk, plus resource links, are online at
About the speakers:
Dan Kegel writes code for fun, and has been doing it for about 25 years.
(See his site at http://www.kegel.com.)
Chris Smith is a professional software engineer; he's comfortable anywhere
from Linux kernel drivers all the way up to EJB.
(See his site at http://xman.org/.)
Tom Bradley Youth and Family Center
5213 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Telephone: (323) 692-0669
North side of West Pico Blvd.
between Cloverdale Avenue and Cochran Ave.
between major cross streets of Fairfax Avenue and La Brea Ave.
For a map, see
>From 10 East or West - Exit north on La Brea, go one mile,turn left onto Pico, go west about 1/2 mile and park.
>From 405 Freeway North or South, go 10 East - see above.North
>From 5/101/170 Freeway North or South, go 10 West - see above.
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(from 10 Freeway)
Metered parking on Pico, Cochran, and CloverDale;
free after 6PM.
Free parking also available in the rear lot; entered only from Cochran
via the alley, but it's a bit cramped.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
See LULA's web site, http://www.lula.org
or LALUGS' web site, http://www.lalugs.org