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Tri-XML 2005: World Class XML Conference offers attendees unique education in applied XML

Tired of wondering what XML is and how it can benefit your organization? Then, look no further! Find the answers you need at the Tri-XML 2005, the conference dedicated to helping demystify the world of XML. Tri-XML 2005 is the only world-class XML conference that is truly a bargain: Only $199 for 3 days!

Register by July 15 and you'll get a chance to win a portable DVD player AND a Star Wars Trilogy wide-screen DVD set!

Register: http://www.trixml.org/confregister.shtmll

The conference will be held, July 28-30 at North Carolina State University's McKimmon Center, Raleigh, North Carolina USA. The theme? "XML in Practice: Hit the Ground Running," reflecting the goal of providing attendees with enough information to apply XML to their work.

Here is what attendees of prior years have to say about this unique, affordable, world-class conference:

"The Tri-XML conference is a great place to learn about the applications of XML, therefore helping to clear up the mystery surrounding this complex topic. It is by far one of the most informative and well-executed XML conferences available, and you can't beat the price!" (Suzanne Mescan, Vasont)

"Tri-XML provides a comfortable and affordable learning opportunity for XML users and would-be XML users. The atmosphere is casual, questions and conversation are encouraged, and beginners are welcome. Presentations on a variety of XML-related subjects are clearly labelled as being for beginners, users, or experts." (B. Tommie Usdin, Mulberry Technologies)
"Smaller, focused conferences like Tri-XML provide an opportunity for intense and collective scrutiny of a technology by the people who are developing it. The science hardens, new directions are shaped, and the field advances. Plus, face-to face conferences are still the best place to learn and network." (Dr. Ellen McDaniel, North Carolina State University College of Engineering)

"The thing about the Tri-XML convention is, it showcases concrete experiences with XML technology and makes the discussion accessible to a lot more people than would otherwise be able to participate at national conventions. It has everything... great speakers, vendor participation, an excellent venue, and yet it still offers that grassroots appeal: a sense that technology workers can actively take part." (Mitch Amiano, Agile Markup Corp.)
Learn how others are successfully utilizing XML. Discover what XML tools can - and can't - do. Gain insight from real-world case studies presented by industry luminaries and practitioners who will help you avoid costly mistakes by sharing lessons learned and sound advice.

Presenters at this year's event include:

Mitch Amiano
Don Bridges
Jonathan Bruce
Conrad D'Cruz
C. Gene Daniel
Chris Dix
John Derrick
Julian Murfitt
Kay Ethier
Bret Freeman
Christopher Fry
Ed Gehringer
Chris Hill
Lou Iuppa
Jerry Silver
David Kershaw
Bob Mathews
Wendell Piez
Lynne Price
Jonathan Robie
Dave A. Schell
Doug Schepers
Michael D. Thomas
Walter Walker
Alex Shilkrut & Boris Khurgin
Bill Rabkin
Paul Pedersen

The exhibit area this year includes returning and new vendors including:

Globus Data
Vasont Systems Inc.
Data Conversion Labs (DCL)
DataDirect Technologies
Clear Methods, Inc.
BlastRadius XMetaL
Agile Markup Corporation
Bright Path Solutions
Design Science Inc.
Idiom Technologies, Inc.
Conformative Systems
Mark Logic Corporation
Mekon UK

Don't miss the Tri-XML 2005 Conference! Sign up today!

Additional information: www.trixml.org/confindex.shtml.

Scott Abel, Content Management Strategist
3421 Crystal Lakes Ct., Sarasota FL 34235
abelsp@netdirect.net 941-359-3416


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