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XML DevCon 2001: Who's going?
- From: "B.K. DeLong" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2001 14:07:19 -0400
Hi all -
I just thought I'd drop everyone a note to see who's attending the XML
DevCon conference next week. It's being held at the New York Marriott
Marquis from Sunday to Wednesday (4/8 - 4/11). I have to admit I am VERY
impressed with the speaker list and I'm looking forward to some of these
Well, that's primarily because the speaker list is mostly xml-dev
regulars....Jonathan Borden, Matt Sergeant, Jonathan Robie, Tommie Usdin,
Roger Costello, Lisa Rein, David Orchard, Martin Gudgin, Kurt Cagle,
Michael Rys, Linda Grimaldi, Didier Martin, Gavin Nicol, James Tauber,
Steve Muench, Bob DuCharme, Dave Carlson, Uche Ogbuji, Eve Maler, Ron
Bourret, and Simon St. Laurent.
With most of the list speaking at the show and a lot more attending, I
thought I'd check to see if anyone wanted to get together for dinner or a
drink. Maybe we should all write "XML-DEV" on our name tags.
Anyway, there's still time to register for the show
(http://www.xmldevcon2001.com) but if your work won't pay for it, you can
sign up for a free pass. That will get you into the exhibit hall, the
keynotes, some technical/management briefings, and the special events. That
will probably be enough to hook up with other xml-devers.
If you're going to be at the conference, feel free to email me offlist and
we can hook up with everyone else going. I'll start a list - feel free to
pop your head in the press room, which is where my homebase will be for the
show. But my wife is attending on behalf of her MIT Lab so I'll be out and
about geeking around with her as well.
Looking forward to it...