XML '99 - Largest Exposition to Date Showcasing XML and Related Technologies
ALEXANDRIA, VA. October 25, 1999.
XML'99, the premier event on XML and related technologies convenes in Philadelphia, December 5-9. Featuring over 200 speakers representing vertical industry users and technology developers, XML'99 is guaranteed to boggle the mind with the innovative applications and developments in the XML arena to date. Co-located with Markup Technologies '99, the theoretical conference for markup languages, XML'99 offers access to leading industry experts, educational tutorials, the XML bookstore, and numerous networking opportunities.
The XML exposition showcases the latest software and services in support of XML and related standards and technologies. Exhibitors to date include such companies as: Advent/LB, Arbortext, AND-USA, Auto-Graphics, Bluestone Software, Chrystral Software, CITEC Information, DataChannel, Data Conversion Laboratory, CODE360.com, eidon GmbH, Enigma, Excosoft, IBM Corporation, Inso, InterCAP Graphics, ITEDO Software, Ixiasoft, Killdara, Kinetic Technologies, LivePage Corporation, Miles 33, NextPage, Object Design, OmniMark Technologies, Poet Software, Progressive Information Technologies, Reed Technology, Sequoia Software, SGML Technologies Group, Softquad Software, SPX Valley Forge, Sun Microsystems, Texterity, the e-content company, Timelux sarl, Tweedle, Visus Technologies, VSI, webMethods, XML for All, XML Solutions, and Xyvision Enterprise Solutions and more. The XML Exposition, December 6-8, is the largest ever. A number of major vendors are slated to release new products in conjunction with the show.
XML'99 conference sessions provide in-depth coverage of what's going on today in the world of XML. Tracks include e-business, management, applications, technical, newcomer, web graphics, vocabularies, publishing, content/data management, and core standards. For full details on the XML'99 and Markup Technologies '99 agendas, visit the Graphic Communications Association (GCA) Web site at www.gca.org.
XML'99 and MT '99 are produced by the GCA. Non-vendor sponsors include OASIS, XML.com, MIT Press, and the W3C. GCA is the leading worldwide, technology management association that represents over 300 member companies involved in information interoperability and various forms of publishing and distribution.
SOURCE: Graphic Communications Association
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