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PRNewswire: Collaborative Development Forum Sponsored by Key Industry Vendors & Leading Trade Press

Sep 12, 2000, 20:19 (0 Talkback[s])


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"IBM to Discuss Open Standards and Technologies; OpenAvenue And Harvard's Alan MacCormack to Discuss Evolution of the Open Source Model."

"OpenAvenue, the leading provider of Collaborative Development Portals, announced today that they have joined a group of industry leading sponsors to promote and host the CollabDev Seminars examining the issues and advantages for open standards and the collaborative development process. The seminars, sponsored by IBM and OpenAvenue and produced and promoted by the BrainStorm Group and Software Magazine, will explore how technology vendors, commercial development organizations, systems integrators and IT consultants can successfully leverage the concepts and practices of Open Standards and the Open Source model for e-business, Internet and internal development projects."

"The CollabDev Seminars feature presentations on collaborative software development strategies, and solutions that leverage open technologies and standards for an open e-business foundation. Alan MacCormack, assistant professor at Harvard Business School and author of "Developing Products on Internet Time" will present the keynote address, "Open for Business." The host and moderator for the events will be John Desmond, editorial director at Software Magazine. He will moderate a discussion panel featuring key industry analysts and executives from Sprint PCS, Federal Express, IBM and Cambridge Interactive. The program runs for four hours and includes ample opportunity for audience interaction."

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