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BEA's Theo Beack Researches Web 2.0 and SOA

New Deputy CTO Comes Over from Software AG

BEA's new Deputy CTO Theo Beack is doing "all the cool stuff," according to an exclusive interview with SYS-CON. Beack joined BEA recently, coming over from Software AG. He will be examining Web 2.0 and SOA technologies, to see what can fit within the company's evolving "blended" application strategy.

Beack also discusses a Star Trek reference that his admittedly clueless interviewer couldn't figure out on his own, in the interview, which can be found at http://www.sys-con.tv/read/227900.htm.


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WebLogic Journal 05/27/06 01:35:36 PM EDT

BEA's newly appointed Deputy CTO, Theo Beack, is tasked with looking into what's happening in Web 2.0 and SOA, as part of the company's evolving 'blended' application development strategy. Beack discusses his new role in this exclusive SYS-CON interview.