Here's the program for XML DevCon 2001 (London, February 21-23(
Program Announced for XML DevCon Europe Spring 2001 http://www.xmldevcon2001.com/London/conference.cfm The XML DevCon Europe Spring 2001 conference runs from February 21-23 at the Novotel London West Hotel and Convention Centre. The conference has an enterprise XML focus with four tracks of classes that cover developer techniques, applied XML, middleware, servers, and databases. There is also a Lagniappe track with sessions about Web Services, wireless technologies, business-to-business (B2B) integration., Java programming, and other topics. Program highlights includes a keynote address by W3C Fellow Henry Thompson, a keynote panel discussion, and hands-on workshops. Participants in the keynote panel discussion include Paul Brown, Martin Bryan, Simon Nicholson, David Orchard, Sebastian Rahtz, and Henry Thompson. The workshops are hands-on reviews of schemas and stylesheets, including those submitted by the public prior to the conference. The Stylesheets and Transformations Workshop will be presented by Bob DuCharme, G. Ken Holman, and Sebastian Rahtz. The XML Schema Workshop will be presented by Henry Thompson, Michael Rys, and Priscilla Walmsley. The technical program offers dozens of other sessions of interest to serious XML developers: Understanding SOAP Web Services and XML Understanding XLink XML Namespaces Getting the Most from XPath eBusiness, Application Integration, and Dynamic XML Servers Make Code Readable and Maintainable with XML and XSLT Evaluating APIs for XML Processing Working with XML in Multi-Browser Environments Transforming Your Documents with XSLT XLink and XPointer Implementing XSL Formatting Objects Type Systems and Schema Conversions 21st Century XML Servers XML/EDI:XSLT-driven forms generation B2B Exchanges Architecting a Content Delivery System using WAP, XML and Java Servlets How Topic Maps got into the News XML as a Distribution Mechanism for eCommerce XAI: XML and EAI XQL-Persistent DOM (PDOM) Mapping XML DTDs to Relational Databases XML and Heterogeneous Data Access Optimization Techniques for Mapping Documents to Databases XML Repositories in Relational Databases XML Data Binding XML, Java, and Database Magic Introduction to ebXML XML Messaging: Concept and Issues XML Meets Middleware Integrations Services, Databases, Messaging and Wireless Applications The Rise of Vertical Industry Messaging Standards Introduction to RDF Introduction to XSLT and XPath Integrating Applications with J2EE and XML The Need for Process-Based Infosets The Return of Magic Form Meets Function: XML, J2EE, CORBA Publishing with NewsML XML and Java Java Technology on the Go XML and JSPs for Efficient Web Sites XML Infoset and XML Schemas Business Applications with XMLB2B, XML and Data Compression XML Infrastructure for successful partner ecosystems - B2B, Portals, RosettaNet and ebXML Organize Teamwork with XML and XSL Developing New Applications Using VoiceXML Integrating Business Solutions and XML-Enabled SQL Servers Data Transfer Strategies What's Wrong with DTDs and What's Being Done About It Schema Adjuncts XML+XSD=XML 2.0 XML by Example for Programmers Building a Web Site with XML and Open Source Tools Developing Web Applications Using XHTML Building eMarketplaces using XML and Java Serializing Query Results with XML Rendering Wireless Content with XML and Java Server Pages Defining Component Interfaces with XML Publishing of TV Program Information to Wireless Devices A Comparison of XML Translation Tools Adding Personalization Features with XML Understanding ADO+ The Use of XML in Multiple Digital Channels The XML DevCon 2001 Europe faculty includes Qusai Al Sarraf, Tim Appnel, David Booth, Ron Bourret, Geoff Brown, Martin Bryan, Lee Buck, Alex Chaffee, Anthony Coates, Marc Delbaere, Max Dolgicer, Bob DuCharme, Ian Graham, Elliotte Rusty Harold, Tushar Hazra, Ken Holman, David Jones, Meike Klettke, Rob Macdonald, Eve Maler, Benoit Marchal, Eddy McDaid, J.P. Morgenthal, Ken North, David Orchard, Andy Olson, Sebastian Rahtz, Daniel Rivers-Moore, Michael Rys, Ajit Sagar, Krishna Sankar, Poornachandra Sarang, Antony Scott, Matt Sergeant, Simon St. Laurent, Henry Thompson, Richard Tobin, Scott Vorthmann, Simon Watts, David RR Webber, and Robert Worden. Registration is open.
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