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Re: Microsoft XML boards?

bryce k microsoft
You're definitely in good company here... after looking at your site
its seems you are right in line with the interests of the group which,
while many will work on Linux or Mac for their own set up and a lot
are indeed Java developers I doubt there are two many who work for
organizations or with clients that don't have a single install of
Windows and therefore are working with it, if not on it, on a regular

That doesn't mean you shouldn't be involved with the MS sponsored/run
groups as well... obviously such groups will be much more saturated
with Windows developers and users.   But you will miss out on gaining
input from users running diverse platforms and XML technologies which
I believe to be the greatest strength of xml-dev.

Cross-platform across every platform. :)

Welcome :D

On 5/26/05, Bryce K. Nielsen <bryce@s...> wrote:
> > Don't worry, I'll take care of ya... we're on the same side :)
> >
> Hehehe, yeah, I would think with something like XML we would be, I mean, XML
> is XML afterall. It's the "supporting" technologies that become competitive
> ;-)
> > What specific XML technology are you working with/looking to
> > gain some support for?  Or are you focued on the CLI Framework
> > XML class libraries and need specific class library usage support?
> >
> I was thinking more along the lines of the tools I've developed. They're all
> for the Windows platform and utilized COM or EXEs for automation (such as
> xmlLinguist, the Text-to-XML translator. To automate it, you either use a
> command-line EXE or a COM object from another Windows programming language).
> When a need arises that one of these tools can satisfy, one requirement will
> be Windows. If the majority of users here are not Windows-users, then my
> efforts may seem out of place. I want to make sure that they A) don't seem
> foreign nor intrusive and B) that they will be well-received.
> Bryce K. Nielsen
> SysOnyx, Inc. (www.sysonyx.com)
> Read the genesis of xmlDraft, the Smart XSD Editor
> http://www.sysonyx.com/xml-schema-editor
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M. David Peterson


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