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Sneak peek at XML 2007

With XML 2006 barely over, we’re already deep into planning XML 2007. Here’s your first peek at what we have planned. Time and place XML 2007 is confirmed for Monday 3 December to Wednesday 5 December 2007. We’ll be meeting … Continue reading

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XML 2006 proceedings due today

If you gave a regular presentation at XML 2006, I’d like to remind you that your proceedings — slides and or text — are due today (PDF or XHTML format, please). If you gave a keynote or participated in a … Continue reading

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Good/bad/good/good news

Good news: the XML 2006 web site was far more popular than we anticipated. Bad news: the site was so popular during the conference that we exceeded our bandwidth limit and went off line. Good news: the site didn’t go … Continue reading

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XML 2006: Day 3

XML 2006 ended today, after more than a year of planning (I started working on the conference in November 2005). I am usually a politely cynical person, and tend to dismiss expressions of emotion in organizers as empty words; however, … Continue reading

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XML 2006: Day Two

We had another good day at the conference today, though once again, you’ll find that my reports have little in common with those of others blogging about it, simply because I don’t get much time to sit in sessions. JustSystems … Continue reading

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XML 2006: Day One

There are several people blogging about the content at XML 2006; unfortunately, as chair, I’m not able to do that, because I don’t actually get to see much of any presentation aside from the keynotes. I was nervous coming into … Continue reading

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XML 2006 Boston travel tips

Correction: To get the Shaw’s grocery store from the conference hotel, you do have to walk across one street outside, for about 10-12 yards. I’m looking forward to seeing a lot of you in Boston next week at XML 2006. … Continue reading

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XML hot topics: the 10 most viewed XML 2006 presentation summaries

With the XML 2006 conference just over a week away, I took another look at the server logs to see what presentation summaries were getting the most page views: Web Services Policy Expression Alternatives W3C XML Schema Patterns for Databinding … Continue reading

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XML scholarship 2006 winner

Stefano Zacchiroli and Paolo Marinelli of the Universit√† di Bologna are the winners of the 2006 XML Scholarship: they will present their paper, Co-Constraint Validation in a Streaming Context, during the plenary session at 9:00 am on Thursday 7 December … Continue reading

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Featured presentation: JSON, The Fat-Free Alternative to XML

(In the weeks leading up to the XML 2006 conference in Boston (5-7 December), I’ll be featuring some of our presentations here on my weblog from our four specialized tracks.) Title: JSON, The Fat-Free Alternative to XML Track: XML on … Continue reading

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