Re: Should XML Professionals Be Programmers?
Michael Hopwood scripsit: > Yes, fair points. How far does the term "data architect" sum up some of > these? I guess it relates to being able to design schemas / transforms > that take into account all of these. And the focus is on the data, > and its structure here. In the library world, we pretty much call > that cataloguing, or systems librarianship. But then our schemas move > pretty slowly... I'm going to put "Ontologist" on my tax returns this year and see what the IRS makes of it. -- Mark Twain on Cecil Rhodes: John Cowan I admire him, I freely admit it, http://www.ccil.org/~cowan and when his time comes I shall firstname.lastname@example.org buy a piece of the rope for a keepsake.
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