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XMLOpen Conference, Cambridge, UK, 21-23 September (http://xmlopen.org/)
* Michael Kay on XSLT
* Sean McGrath on XML Pipelining
* Uche Ogbuji on Python and XML
* Jeni Tennison on XML Data Types
* ... and much, much more in an exciting programme packed with quality presentations
The XMLOpen Conference 2004 is a two and a half day event held at the excellent Cambridge Computer Laboratory in Cambridge. It provides a great opportunity for delegates to mix with some of the most innovative minds in the XML software field and get the information they need to keep them ahead of the curve.
The conference programme is available at http://xmlopen.org/programme.html.
Speakers include Michael Kay, Edd Dumbill, Lars Marius Garshol, Jeni Tennison, Peter Rogers, and many more renowned experts in XML technologies and software development. Presentations on the two tracks include coverage of XML schema languages, XSLT and XPath, open source licensing, XForms, RDF and the semantic web, open source application frameworks, and the practicalities of adopting open source software.
With just over two weeks to go - register now to avoid disappointment. Online registration for XMLOpen is available at http://xmlopen.org/registration.html.
Eamonn Neylon


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