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  • From: "Kiel, Paul" <pkiel@sertus.com>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000 11:55:58 -0400

TriXML, the XML interest group for the triangle area (Raleigh, Durham, and
Chapel Hill, NC), will meet tomorrow - Tuesday June 13th at 5:30pm.  We are
pleased to have Joseph McVerry of American Coders Ltd speak to the group
(details below). For more information on the TriXML group and meeting
logistics, look at http://www.trixml.org/

XML/EDI Strategies and Java Solutions.

The presentation will cover the current state of EDI/XML, discuss
several strategies,  present an overview of the American Coders product
Open Business Objects for EDI, and demonstrate the product.

Mr. Joseph McVerry is the President and CTO of American Coders
Ltd.  American Coders is a software development company based in Raleigh
NC.   Mr. McVerry has been a computer consultant for over 20 years.  He
is the past secretary of the Research Triangle Park Java Users Group and
is an active member.  At the present time, Mr. McVerry is developing an
EDI/XML package written in Java.  The package name is Open Business
Objects for EDI or OBOE.  When Mr. McVerry is not working he is busy
driving his children to and fro.

The meeting is free and open to anyone, however we ask that you please RSVP
to Paul Kiel, pkiel@sertus.com or Chuck Allen, chucka@hr-xml.org.


Paul Kiel
Sertus Software
About the TriXML meetings: 
The meeting will be held at GlaxoWellcome's Elion-Hitchings Building in RTP,
NC. The Elion-Hitchings Building is a tan, modern looking building near the
Cornwallis Road exit off the Durham Freeway. 

Glaxo's security staff has requested a list of attendees, so please RSVP to
Paul Kiel: mailto:pkiel@sertus.com 
or Chuck Allen mailto:chucka@structuredmethods.com 
This is not a reservation, so if you forget to RSVP, please attend anyway! 

It is an open meeting, so no confirmations will be sent. 

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