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  • Subject: XTech News, Vol. No.2 -- Event one week away
  • From: "Marion Elledge" <MElledge@idealliance.org>
  • Date: Mon, 8 May 2006 17:40:30 -0400
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XTech 2006 Newsletter
May 5, 2006 - Volume 1, Number 2





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  • Google Data API Presentation Added to XTech Schedule

    Frank Mantek from Google will present on the recently-launched Google Data API, an Atom-based protocol for retrieval, query and update of data on Google properties. Mantek's presentation will show sample code and discuss the basic principles of the protocol, the available and planned libraries, as well as the planned future development of the API. More for a full schedule of XTech presentations.
  • Updated Schedule of Ajax Lightning Demos

    Ajax Developers' Day will feature a lightning demo session at the end of the day. These rapid-fire five-ten minute demos will showcase an Ajax toolkit or application, whether commercial or open source. More for a complete listing of demos.
  • XTech Presenters Discuss Development of
    BBC Programme Catalogue for the Web

    The BBC Programme Catalogue is a phenomenal resource, containing details of nearly one million television and radio programs from the last 75 years, and nearly 1.2 million contributors to those programs. The BBC recently launched a prototype web version of the catalogue. Tom Loosemore, senior manager at BBC New Media, and Matt Biddulph, who developed the software for bringing the archive to the web, will describe the work behind the catalogue.

XTech 2006 Media Partners

Two European publications, .net and Computable, have recently been added as XTech media partners.

.net (http://www.netmag.co.uk/) is the number one monthly magazine for web designers, developers and site owners, featuring the best in practical design and development advice, along with news, views and reviews on all things web. Established in 1994 .net has just celebrated its 150th issue and remains the magazine of choice for the hardcore web community.

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Computable. Computable (http://www.computable.nl/) is de meest gelezen informatiebron voor ICTprofessionals en ICT-managers in Nederland. Met altijd het belangrijkste nieuws, objectieve scherpe analyses, onafhankelijke productinformatie. Op combutable.nl kun je tevens een kijkje nemen in het snelt groeiende vacature aanbod voor ICT-ers. Meld je hier https://secure.abonneren.nl/computable/aboform.jsp?id=118 aan voor een gratis abonnement.

IDEAlliance is proud to also partner with the following publications for XTech 2006: Capterra, DevTownStation, Integration Developer News, OpenEnterpriseTrends.com, Dr. Dobb's Journal, Service-Oriented Architecture, WebDev Magazine, <XML>fr, XML Pitstop, Content Wire, and O'Reilly.


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Marion L. Elledge

VP, Information Technologies Programs

IDEAlliance http://www.idealliance.org

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