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RE: Which conference?

  • From: Eldar Musayev <eldarm@m...>
  • To: 'Channing Jackson' <channing@q...>, xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2000 17:06:52 -0700

channing jackson

I understand that XML One is really more for managers than people like us,
while DevCon should be more technical. Though with incoming stream of money
coming to (and expected from) XML technology it's not easy to make any XML
event of such scale completely clean of marketing.

-- Eldar

Eldar A. Musayev, Ph.D.       +1-425-7057856
eldarm@m...      fax:+1-425-9367329
One Microsoft Way,    Redmond, WA 98052-6399

-----Original Message-----
From: Channing Jackson [mailto:channing@q...]
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 4:27 PM
To: xml-dev@x...
Subject: Which conference?
Importance: Low


New to this list, I have a surface understanding of XML and how it can be 
used in the enterprise.  As a senior programmer/analyst for a large IT 
organization, I'm curious to know which XML Conference (XML One 10/2 - 10/5 
OR XML DevCon 11/12 - 11/15) would be most suitable and beneficial to me?

Thanks for any information.

Channing Jackson


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