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Re: Why are XML crowds older?


Re:  Why are XML crowds older?
> a lot of young people are probably just not in a
> senior enough position (data architect, etc).

I'll second this.

Larger events such as JavaOne, TechEd and OracleWorld pull in a broader audience
because they offer so many tracks and sessions. Smaller events tend to be more
focused.

Enterprise Data Forum, for example, attracted a veteran audience with a program
that included modeling, analytics, ontologies, metadata repositories, data
warehousing,  messaging middleware, etc. The XML-related sessions focused on
metadata integration, schema design, SOA and web services.  It was a great
program for data architects, system architects, designers and tech managers, but
there wasn't much content for people getting started in their career.


======== Ken North ===========
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