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   RE: [xml-dev] dtds, schemas, xhtml, and multimedia technologies

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Well, as I said, I'm here to learn.  If you read my xml-dev response
that talked about how I ended up deciding on .NET, you'll understand how
I got here.  I figure if I'm going to commit to .NET, I'll have less
problems if I do things using Visual Studio.NET and technologies
Microsoft supports, trying to choose the best ones they support and the
most industry standard ones - like XML.  
If you want to explain where my thinking is off about .NET, I'm totally
willing to listen.  Or if you've got tools to use with .NET that work
better.  I'm very interested. One person emailed me off-list with his
list of alternative products to use with .NET.  I emailed him back with
a big THANK YOU!  And I'd like to thank anyone in advance for taking
their valuable time to enlighten me.

Pam Ammond
Empowering You!

website: http://www.empoweringyou.com 
Please buy the "Wow! Look At Windows XP" book I wrote at

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Bray [mailto:tbray@textuality.com] 
Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2002 1:49 PM
To: pam@empoweringyou.com
Cc: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] dtds, schemas, xhtml, and multimedia technologies

Empowering You wrote:

> I intend to ONLY be in the Microsoft .NET environment and only use C#,

> ASP.NET, XML (XSLT, XPath, XQuery, SQLXML, Schemas), Microsoft SQL 
> Server 2000 and Access, ADO.NET, web services, Javascript/ECMA and 
> Visual Studio.NET.

How unfortunate. -Tim

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