XML Magazine Launched by Fawcette Technical Publications
A New and Unique Magazine, Aimed at the Exploding XML Development Language Market, Hits Newsstands November 11, 1999
PALO ALTO, California. September 10, 1999.
Fawcette Technical Publications (FTP) today announced the launch of XML Magazine. With XML's unlimited market potential, the growing community of professional XML developers are searching for information to help them incorporate XML into their e-business solutions. XML Magazine is the only publication designed to provide information about the architecture and structure of XML.
XML is being hailed as the "Rosetta Stone for the Web*." XML or extensible markup language, will be for e-business what HTML was for the Web. XML allows businesses to create seamless e-business applications in a way that no other development language can match. Regardless of whether you are a partner or a supplier, located in the same state or across the country, XML allows you to share one network system while only allowing each supplier/partner access to authorized information in their particular area of expertise. This translates into the power to make online commerce and e-business accessible to every company regardless of size or revenue.
"I'm excited to be part of this project," stated Matthew Carter, Publisher. "We have a community of professional XML developers needing immediate information. My goal is to give our readers hands-on, how-to solutions and strategies for incorporating XML into Windows, Java, e-commerce, and Web platforms."
"The initial response to the magazine has been phenomenal," said Paul Spyksma, Director of Sales at FTP. "The major players in enterprise applications understand the importance of creating their own sustainable identity in the XML market, and XML Magazine is their best opportunity."
XML Magazine will be available on newsstands in early November with a list cover price of $7.95. Requests can also be made on-line from http://www.xmlmag.com/.
About Fawcette Technical Publications (FTP)
Fawcette Technical Publications (http://www.fawcette.com) publishes several products aimed at the IT development community, including Visual Basic Programmer's Journal, the leading magazine for visual basic programmers, Enterprise Development, the first magazine that addresses the application architecture and development process issues facing managers of enterprise-class application development, and JavaPro, the leading resource for developers using Java to create real-world business applications. All three magazines lead their respective markets and have experienced tremendous growth under FTP's leadership. In addition FTP also produces the highly successful Visual Basic Insiders' Summit (VBITS; http://www.vbits99.com) conferences, held in six sites annually throughout the world; and the Development Exchange (DevX; http://www.devx.com) suite of Web sites, the largest independent network of Web sites for IT developers and programmers with more than 170,000 registered users in 94 countries.
SOURCE: Fawcette Technical Publications
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