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Re: Why are XML crowds older?


Re:  Why are XML crowds older?
Jonathan,

speaking as a representative, you looked in the wrong place. We were
at the bar :-)

More seriously, a lot of young people are probably just not in a
senior enough position (data architect, etc).

Christian

> When marketing and sales people come to XML shows, they often ask why
> it's an older crowd than what you see at, say, a Java show or a 
> Microsoft show.

> Thinking of the people in the XML community whom I respect most, they
> seem to be on the older side too.

> Any thoughts on the demographics of XML, and how it differs from the
> demographics of Java or .NET?

> Jonathan

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