Jesus is the Chief Architect of Tellago and CEO of Tellago Studios. He is also a Microsoft MVP, an Oracle ACE and one of a few Architects worldwide to be a member of the Microsoft Architect Advisory team. As a member, Jesus has been selected to participate in a variety of Software Design Reviews with Microsoft's Product Teams including Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Identity Framework, StreamInsight, AppFabric, .NET Software Design, Windows Workflow Foundation, SharePoint, and BizTalk Server. Jesus derived his extensive experience with business process integration and messaging through numerous implementations of disparate systems founded on the principles of SOA and BPM. Jesus is an active contributor to the .NET and J2EE communities and an internationally recognized speaker and author with contributions that include several articles for various publications including MSDN Magazine, Microsoft Architecture Journal, SOAWorld and Web Services Journal as well as speaking engagements at top industry conferences such as Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft DevDays, Software Architecture Conference, SOAWorld, Microsoft SOA and BPM Conference, Oracle Open World, Web Services Security Conference and the Microsoft MVP Summit. Additionally, Jesus has conducted a number of Web Casts on varying SOA technologies. Jesus is a prolific blogger on all subjects related to integration and has a true passion for technology. You can gain valuable insight on leading edge technologies through his blog at http://weblogs.asp.net/gsusx.
Thursday 18.00 - 18.50 in: Double Rainbow
Can you image playing Kinect at Work? During the last few years, Kinect has gained a space as one of the most innovative technologies in the entertainment industry. However, Kinect has the potential of extending way beyond the living room and completely revolutionize the way we build, think and interact with enterprise applications. Join me and see how… This session will take you on a journey to learn how to leverage the Kinect experience to build a new type of enterprise application. The session will dive deep into the best practice and techniques developers can use to leverage Kinect specific capabilities such as skeletal tracking, motion sensors, data visualization and speech recognition as part of traditional business applications. To keep things practical, we will highlight a series of reference applications that showcase how organizations are using Kinect to enable the next generation of enterprise applications.