The Future of Online Platforms, Google Developer Network, Intalio
Over the past year, there's been an explosion of new online applications and services resulting in new "mashups" and web-based business models. This has changed the economics of the Internet as developers now benefit from reduced development times through sharing and re-use of components and accelerated go-to-market channels.

Come hear from a panel of experts of industry leaders as they weigh in on issues surrounding innovative technologies that will drive the next evolution of the web.


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Ismael Ghalimi, CEO, IntalioModerator: Ismael Ghalimi, CEO, Intalio
Ismael Ghalimi is a passionate entrepreneur and fervent industry observer, founder and CEO of Intalio, creator of and initiator of Office 2.0. Ismael is an advisor to several high-tech companies, including Zoho, EchoSign, EveryTrail, Open IT Works, ThinkFree, and 3TERA.

Mark Trang, Director of ISV Marketing, SalesForce.comMark Trang, Director of ISV Marketing,
Mark Trang is Director of ISV Marketing at He is responsible for helping developers, entrepreneurs and ISVs build on-demand applications on the Salesforce Platform and go-to-market via the AppExchange directory. Prior to, Mark co-founded CogentWare, an on-demand business intelligence startup, serving as VP of Product Management. Previously, he was a founding employee and marketing executive at SupplyAccess, a venture-backed supply chain software company, and began his career at Deloitte Consulting where he implemented enterprise software technologies at Fortune 500 companies. Mark graduated as a Regents Scholar with a B.A. in political science from UCLA and an M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Chris Schalk, Google Developer Programs, GoogleChris Schalk, Google Developer Programs, Google
Chris Schalk is a tech lead in the API developer evangelism group and works to promote Google's AJAXian APIs and technologies. Before joining Google, Chris was a Principal Product Manager and technology evangelist at Oracle in the Java development tools group. Chris also recently co-authored the widely popular JSF book: "JavaServer Faces, The Complete Reference" published through McGraw-Hill-Osborne. Chris was also one of the original members of the Open Ajax alliance and helped Oracle and later Google join the alliance. Chris has spoken on Web, Java and Ajax development at numerous Oracle, Java and Ajax conferences, including the recent Google Developer Day.

Chuck Mortimore, Director of Platform Services, Rearden CommerceChuck Mortimore, Director of Platform Services, Rearden Commerce
As the Director of Platform Services at Rearden Commerce, Chuck Mortimore is responsible for core infrastructure used for internal and third-party applicaiton development. Prior to Rearden Commerce, Chuck was Vice President, Product Architecture at Sxip Identity, where they designed and built the next generation of User-centric Identity technologies for the web. At Blue Titan Software (now SOA Software), Chuck drove the definition of their analyst acclaimed web service infrastructure software. Chuck brings a wealth of experience in software development from Netscape Communications and Sun Microsystems, where he held various Engineering, Product Management, and Marketing positions. Having worked on Sun's Directory Server, PKI, identity management, and meta-directory products, his primary contribution was as key enabler of Sun's successful entrance into the access management and federation markets. Chuck holds a B.A. from the University of Madison's Scandinavian Studies Dept, and a Masters from the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University.