and Madison Avenue. You must register in advance to attend, or have registered for an earlier NYLUG meeting in the IBM building. Particulars below in official
Eating and drinking after the formal meeting is now at The Old Stand
at 914 Third Avenue, near 55th Street, on the Island of the Manahattoes. Official NYLUG announcement below.
-- Jay Sulzberger
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization
The New York Linux Users Group presents
- on -
Making Money on the Internet Using
WebSphere Commerce Server for Linux
August 21, 2002
IBM Headquarters Building
590 Madison Avenue at 57th Street
** RSVP Instructions**
Unless you have already rsvp'ed for a prior meeting, everyone
needs to rsvp to attend.
mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: RSVP - NYLUG - AUG - your name
Check in with photo ID at the lobby for badge and room number.
WebSphere Commerce Server for Linux:
In the post dot-collapse economy, the question on every
businessman's mind is "How do I make money on this Internet?" The
days where CEOs brag on TV about their losses in favor of
"mindshare" are long behind us. The order of the day is
Please join us on August 21, at the IBM Linux Center of Competence
for a presentation by Lori Sackowitz and John Wenzel on using
WebSphere Commerce Studio (WCS) under Linux to integrate critical
business processes essential to generating profit from retail
business-to-consumer and business-to-business operations.
WCS is an open standards-based (J2EE, XML, UDDI, SOAP and WSDL)
soup-to-nuts solution used to streamline your Web storefront and
plug into back-end ERP systems. It includes an IDE and a
comprehensive suite of tools for creating everything from images to
Java applications to access control systems. Developers can use
IBM VisualAge for Java, Enterprise Edition as a test environment for
their applications without having to upload to a WCS server.
WebSphere is a scalable platform, that can be used with commodity
hardware all the way up through to mainframe Linux systems. This will
be a technical presentation.
WebSphere on Tux:
- Websphere evaluation download center
- Tutorial: Deploying a J2EE application to WebSphere
Application Server on Linux
- WebSphere for Linux HQ
Have you been to stammtisch lately?
Swag of undetermined value and quantity will be distributed on a
first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early for the best pickins!
Immediately after the presentation and continuing at the Old Stand
pub, we will be gathering for a keysigning. So for those who have
keys already, please remember to bring hard-copy printouts of your
40-character key fingerprint. If you haven't created a key yet, our
howto docs are posted here: http://www.nylug.org/keys
And then after the meeting... Join us around 8:15pm or so at the
Old Stand, 914 3rd Ave. on the corner of 55th Street.
Next Month's Meeting
Web Development with PHP, presented by Hans Zaunere of NYPHP
Please see our home page at http://www.nylug.org for the HTMLized
version of this announcement, our archives, and a lot of other
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With the generous support of IBM, all NYLUG.org meetings are held
regularly at the IBM headquarters building located at 590 Madison
Ave. on the corner of 57th Street in mid-town Manhattan. Meetings
take place every third Wednesday of the month starting at 6:30pm.
6/20/02: IBM Launches The Linux Center of Competence -
NYLUG's Homebase of Operations
August 2002 - The New York Linux Users Group, NYLUG.org
Thanks to Ron Guerin for this announcement. His birthday is on