Late Breaking Presentations Announced for XTECH 2005

Discussion in 'XML' started by melledge, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. melledge

    melledge Guest

    XTECH 2005 , 24-27 May, The RAI Centre,
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    The Late-Breaking presentations have just been announced for XTECH
    2005. Presentations include the following. For full program, visit:

    "Open Street Maps and Spatial Data", Jo Walsh , Researcher,
    University of Openess, United Kingdom

    "BBC News and RSS, Or: How we Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Open
    Data Services", Joel Chippindale, Software Engineer and Kevin Hinde,
    Head of Technical Development, BBC News Interactive, United Kingdom

    "XHTML2: Accessible, Usable, Device Independent, and Semantic",
    Steven Pemberton, Senior Researcher, W3C/CWI, Netherlands and Mark R.
    Birbeck, CEO and CTO, Ltd., United Kingdom

    "WHATWG: Proposing extensions to HTML4 and the DOM", Ian Hickson,
    Standards Development, Opera Software, ASA, Norway

    "xfy Technology: Making the Most of XML in Enterprise Client
    Jeff Bennett, Principal Systems Designer, Justsystem Corporation, Japan

    "Web Services Based Syndication Protocol for Valued Content",
    Dianne Kennedy, VP Publishing Technologies, IDEAlliance, United States

    "Dynamic Topic Maps using Web Service Interfaces",
    Eric Freese, Consulting Software Engineer, LexisNexis, United States

    Check out the latest list of sponsors and exhibitors at:

    Don't forget the News Standards Summit, , and the OASIS
    Open Standards Day,
    Tuesday, 24 May.

    Take advantage of the special conference room rate at the Novotel
    Amsterdam: Deadline for
    conference discounted rates is 29 April.

    Register for XTECH 2005 today at:

    XTECH 2005 is co-located with the Gilbane Conference on Content
    Management Technologies
    Registrants to XTECH 2005 receive a number of session passes to the
    Gilbane event.
    melledge, Apr 27, 2005
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