Connecting Enterprise Applications to WebSphere ESB

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be travelling to San José in February to participate in a Redbook Residency: helping to contribute towards a book entitled Connecting Enterprise Applications to WebSphere ESB. I look forward to helping our customers and other IBMers to better understand ESB’s bread-and-butter: how to connect together legacy systems: as well meeting some of my Californian colleagues and possibly even spending some time chilling in the Bay Area! If you’re around there then, please feel free to drop me a line. I’ll announce on this blog when the book is available.

Incidentally, did you know that San José is the most common place name in the world?

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