XML 2004 Program Announced - Discounted Registration Fees
IDEAlliance and the XML 2004 Planning Committee have released the
advanced program for XML 2004, http://www.xmlconference.org.
XML 2004 takes place in Washington DC, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel,
November 15-19. XML 2004 offers a comprehensive event with such topics as Web
Services, Publishing, e-Learning, Government Applications, Core Technologies,
X-Query, and much more.
Keynote speakers this year include Rod
Smith, IBM Fellow/VP, Emerging Technologies, IBM, Michael Daconta, Chief
Executive Officer, Smart Data Associates, Inc., Jack Greenfield, Architect,
Visual Studio Team System, Microsoft Corporation, David Haslam, Senior Architect,
MOPAR Division, DaimlerChrysler, and Tim Bray, Sun Microsystems. See
schedule-at-a-glance for details and times of presentations, http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2004/schedule.html
The XML 2004 event has a new format this year; tutorials are slated for
Monday, November 15 and Friday morning, November 19. For full listing of
tutorials, visit http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2004/tutorials.html
Register today and take advantage of the discounted registration fees.
Save $200 now. If you are a nonmember, join IDEAlliance and save even more. http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2004/registration.html
Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities still exist. For more information
on sponsoring and exhibiting at XML 2004 see, http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2004/sponsorship.html
For room rates and hotel reservations at the Marriott Wardman Park
Hotel, visit: http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/2004/hotel.html
Please distribute this email to your peers and others you think may
have an interest in the XML 2004 event.
Marion L. Elledge
Telephone: (251) 432-3766
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