Microsoft To Sponsor XML Conference
IDEAlliance announced that Microsoft has signed on as the "Elite Sponsor" of XML Conference and Exposition 2004, being held Nov. 15-19 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. The annual event is the world's largest XML trade conference.
"Microsoft is a long-time advocate of XML and its related body of standards," says Joshua G. Edwards, Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Office Product Management. "We're proud to support XML 2004 as the industry's premier XML educational and trade event."
XML 2004 has also added several new presentations to the "product presentation" and "late-breaking news" sessions at the conference.
"Every year, this conference covers the latest, up-to-the-minute news and events surrounding XML-based technologies and solutions," says Conference Chair Lauren Wood. "These recent additions to the XML 2004 schedule ensure that conference attendees have access to the most recent information about technological developments. The conference also features product presentations where attendees can get an in-depth look at useful tools and integrated solutions."
Sessions recently added to the XML 2004 program include:
-- "Adobe LiveCycle -- Using XML and SOA to Link People with Systems," Duane Nickull, Senior Standards Strategist, Adobe
-- "XML in the .NET Framework: Past, Present & Future," Dare Obasanjo, Program Manager, Microsoft
-- "An Approach to Visually Creating and Editing Nested Compound Documents," Nobuaki Wake, Software Architect, and Junpei Aoki, Software Engineer, Justsystem Corporation
-- "Is Now the Time for Binary XML? Report on Current W3C Activity," Michael Leventhal, Director, XML Products, Tarari, Inc.
-- "Policy Content at the Social Security Administration: Using XML and Semantic Metadata," Terry M. Hynes, PolicyNet Program Manager, Social Security Administration, and Duane Degler, Design Consultant, Lockheed Martin /IPGems
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