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Kevin Wiggen, Co-Founder and Chairman of Xythos Software, is one of the star guests at today's SYS-CON.TV studio in San Francisco's Moscone Center, where the JavaOne Conference opens today.
Wiggen has been responsible for the management and strategic direction of Xythos since he co-founded the company in 1999. Before starting Xythos, he channeled his entrepreneurial talents into founding and architecting the Oracle Application's Internet products group which helped drive self-service applications to the desktops of business people worldwide.
Over his 5 years with Oracle, Wiggen tested and selected frameworks, security elements, and emerging technologies for Oracle's Internet technology use in addition to serving on many of Oracle's strategic planning committees. With his unique combination of experience in both Internet and large business enterprise applications, he understands and excels in the development of large-scale, complex, and user-friendly products.
In today's interview with SYS-CON Media group publisher and editorial director Jeremy Geelan, Wiggen is expected to discuss why Xythos calls its technology "the Java Alternative to Sharepoint" and will talk about what he sees as being the challenges for 2006 and 2006 for Xythos in the space that it calls Basic Content Services.
Established in 1996, this is the 11th successive JavaOne. SYS-CON.TV will be interviewing every day in the Java Pavilion each day at booth #1440. The lineup this year is star-studded, and in addition to Wiggen, major interviews taking place with Sun's eminent Director of Web Technologies, Tim Bray, and its equally well-known Chief Open Source Officer, Simon Phipps.
Not to mention Vice President & Chief Technology Officer of Sun's Software group, Hal Stern; and its Director of Marketing for Desktop Solutions, Peter Ulander.
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