The goal of this WSDL 2.0 interoperability event is to:
This is a public interoperability event for WSDL 2.0. Developers of WSDL 2.0 implementations are invited to participate in this event.
To attend, you must register by filling out the registration form (Deadline: June 21, 2006). Anyone who fails to register may be prohibited from attending. Note that you will need a W3C Account to access the registration form. If your organization is already a member of the W3C, please complete the Access Request Form to receive a login and password. For non-Member employees, W3C provides public accounts.
There will be no participation fee.
8200 Warden Avenue,
Canada, L6G 1C7
Mackenzie Room, Executive Briefing Centre
Enter the building through the main entrance at the circular drive and register with security. You will receive a badge that gives you access to the Executive Briefing Centre. You may optionally give security the serial number of your laptop computer.
Local IBM contact: Arthur Ryman
W3C contact: Philippe Le Hégaret
See Getting to the Lab for driving directions.
The nearest international airport is YYZ, Toronto Pearson Airport.
The Hilton Suites Hotel which is within walking
distance of the IBM lab. You'll need a rental car or taxi from the
Hotel & Conference Centre Toronto/Markham
8500 Warden Avenue
Distance to 8200 Warden: 0.5 km
Radisson Hotel Toronto-Markham
50 East Valhalla Drive
Distance to 8200 Warden: 3 km
Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel
600 Highway 7 East (at Highways 404 & 7)
Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1B2 Canada
Distance to 8200 Warden: 5 km
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Markham
7095 Woodbine Ave.
Distance to 8200 Warden: 6 km
You can get taxis and limos from the airport, or rent a car.
Some hotels may have courtesy buses.
If you are staying at the Hilton Suites Hotel, you can easily
walk to the IBM lab. Otherwise, you'll need a taxi or rental car.
If you plan to look around Toronto, then I recommend that you rent
a car. There is ample visitor parking at the IBM lab.
Arthur Ryman, Philippe Le Hégaret