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Re: Paranoia and Slippery Slopes (was Re: bohemians,

Re:  Paranoia and Slippery Slopes (was Re:  bohemians
Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> Thousands of developers using Microsoft technologies benefit from viewing XML
 > as strongly typed data. Users of the .NET Framework DataSet, ASP.NET 
web services
 > and SQLXML all utilize XML as strongly typed data. However these 
people are rarely
 > markup weenies thus you won't find them on XML-DEV arguing the finer 
points of the
 > PSVI.

Well, that's because DevStudio.Net pushes them that way.

Which is interesting, in a way, since "doc/lit" seems to be the MSFT 
party line. ...


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