XTech '99, XIO '99 Exposition, Python in XML
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 1999 13:57:27 -0800 From: Jon Bosak <Jon.Bosak@eng.Sun.COM> To: email@example.com Subject: XTech '99 starts in two weeks
Final reminder: XTech '99, the third annual West Coast XML conference, starts in two weeks at the San Jose Convention Center. This is the place to learn about the latest developments in XML and related technologies from the people and companies at the center of the XML revolution. XTech itself is sponsored by Sun Microsystems and IBM; the associated interoperability expo, XIO, is sponsored by Microsoft. See http://www.gca.org/conf/xtech99/xtecindx.htm for details and registration.
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Subject: Don't Miss the XIO '99 Exposition Author: Marion Elledge <email@example.com> Date: 1999/02/22 Forum: comp.text.sgml
It's not too late to register for XTech '99 and the XIO '99 Interoperability Exposition!
XIO '99 is more than a trade show; exhibitors demonstrate technology interoperability using a selection of XML data sets. "XIO '99 is a milestone event, the first promoted event demonstrating the manipulation and transfer of XML data. It will be either prove a giant step forward in XML development or a disappointment to users awaiting the technology necessary for the support of XML and its related specs," says Marion Elledge, Senior Vice President, Information Technologies, GCA.
Among vendors making product announcements and demonstrating new tools are Arbortext, CITEC, and DataChannel. Sun Microsystems has been rumored to launch its XML strategies at XTech.
Arbortext previews a "free form XML editing" capability that will be available in upcoming releases of Epic and ADEPT. CITEC demonstrates recent upgrades to DocZilla, an XML, SGML, and HTML browser based on open source from Netscape's Mozilla project. Kinetic Technologies announces SIM, The Structured Information Manager, Version 2.3. SIM is a native XML product suite that enables high-speed, sophisticated access and delivery across very large and growing information sets.
The XIO '99 Exposition is co-sponsored by Microsoft Corporation and GCARI (Graphic Communications Association Research Institute). XIO '99 opens Monday afternoon, March from 4:00 pm and remains open through the XTech '99 Conference closing at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, March 10.
For more details on XTech'99 and the XIO'99 Exposition, see http://www.gca.org/conf/xtech99/xtecindx.htm for details and registration. [See also the February 11, 1999 press release and the February 24, 1999 press release.]
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 06:22:35 -0700 From: Paul Prescod <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reply-To: email@example.com Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, Python List <email@example.com> Subject: Re: XTech '99 starts in two weeks
Jon Bosak wrote:
> Final reminder: XTech '99, the third annual West Coast XML conference,
> starts in two weeks at the San Jose Convention Center. This is the
> place to learn about the latest developments in XML and related
> technologies from the people and companies at the center of the XML
One of the features of that conference will be a tutorial on Python in XML. Although it is only scheduled for a half a day I intend to be available to registered attendees for the entire conference period. During the scheduled half-day we will map out the various neat things you can do with Python and XML. Over the other days I will meet with the attendees to help them explore specific options such as Python's event-driven APIs, tree-based APIs, non-XML parsing (for upconversions), formatting and so forth. From my biased point of view, this is an excellent opportunity for anyone thinking about writing XML software.
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
"In general, as syntactic description becomes deeper, what appear to be semantic questions fall increasingly within its scope; and it is not entirely obvious whether or where one can draw a natural bound between grammar and 'logical grammar'." - Noam Chomsky, 1963
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