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XML expert panel (Santa Clara, Nov. 11, FREE)

  • From: "Ken North" <ken_north@c...>
  • To: "XML Dev" <xml-dev@i...>, "xml-edi list" <xmledi-list@l...>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 15:23:57 -0700

xml panel
"XML's Role in Enterprise Computing and E-Commerce"

At XML One (Santa Clara, Nov. 11), the closing keynote panel will discuss
XML as an enabling technology for e-commerce and enterprise applications.
The panel includes experts from W3C XML working groups, OASIS, the XML/EDI
Group, IBM, Sun, Oracle, Microsoft, Bluestone,  and eProcess Solutions.

Admission to the panel session is free. The panel will discuss business to
business (B2B) integration, Web commerce, BizTalk, XML/EDI, XML servers, and
XML-enabled databases. Panelists will
also discuss Enterprise Java and messaging middleware. Panel members

Bob Bickel                   Vice-President, Development
                                    Bluestone Software

David Fallside               Member, W3C XML-Schema Working Group
                                    XML Technology and Strategy team

Steve Muench               XML Evangelist
                                    Architect, BC4J
                                    Oracle Corporation

Bruce Peat                    Co-founder, XML/EDI Group
                                    President, eProcess Solutions

Dan Rogers                  BizTalk Architect

Bill Smith                      OASIS President
                                    Co-chair, W3C XML Linking
                                    XML Architect, Sun Microsystems

The  moderator is Ken North, database columnist for Web Techniques and
author of Database Magic with Ken North (Prentice Hall).

When:              November 11, 1999    4:15 - 5: 30 p.m.
Where:             XML One (November 8-11, 1999)
Venue:             Westin Santa Clara hotel
                        Santa Clara, California

Registration for the conference exhibits is FREE and admits you to the
expert panel presentation. For more information:


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