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    ALEXANDRIA, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 21, 2005--Registration is now
    open for XML 2005, the largest independent conference for XML
    technologies and applications. XML 2005 is the latest in IDEAlliance's
    series of conferences devoted to the Extensible Markup Language, a
    worldwide standard that enables data compatibility across different
    computing systems. It will be held November 14-18 in Atlanta, Ga., USA.

    Experts, IT professionals and novices from around the world attend the
    XML Conferences to explore the latest technologies, applications and
    services that produce higher-quality data, increase production speed,
    and save money. This year's event will feature nearly two-dozen
    tutorials, approximately 125 presentation and discussion sessions,
    interoperability demonstrations, and an exhibition of products and
    services from leading vendors.

    Scheduled keynote speakers for the five-day program are David Campbell,
    Microsoft SQL Server general manager for data engine and access
    technologies; Steven G. Harris, vice president of Oracle's Java
    Platform Group; Jim Hendler, University of Maryland professor and
    director of semantic web and agent technology at the Maryland
    Information and Network Dynamics Laboratory; David Megginson, principal
    of Megginson Technologies, a leading XML consultancy; and Robert
    Picciano, vice president of data management for IBM Corporation.

    The source for everything XML

    XML 2005 has something for anyone interested or involved in XML, from
    introductory tutorials to case studies to technical and theoretical
    sessions. Select presentations are geared to distinct application
    areas, such as government, military, financial services, publishing,
    legal and pharmaceutical.

    "XML has gone through the hype phase to be an accepted and expected
    part of today's technology infrastructure," says Lauren Wood, senior
    technical program manager at Sun Microsystems, Inc. and XML 2005
    Conference chair. "XML 2005 brings together experts, fellow
    professionals, and product vendors to give attendees the resources they
    need to transform data management within their organizations."

    Elaine Keagle, technical lead of the web services team for a county
    school system in the U.S., is a prime example of someone who put her
    XML Conference experience to immediate use.

    "My team used what I learned at the XML Conference to provide an
    entirely new plan of production for both the print and online versions
    of our course bulletin," she says. "The project has been a success in
    every aspect. It has cut down on production time, reduced errors, and
    allowed for multiple outputs from a single source. We marvel that in a
    span of a year we were able to complete such a successful project using
    technologies new to us."

    For more information and to register for XML 2005, visit

    About IDEAlliance

    IDEAlliance (International Digital Enterprise Alliance) is a
    not-for-profit membership organization. Its mission is to advance
    user-driven, cross-industry solutions for all publishing and
    content-related processes by developing standards, fostering business
    alliances, and identifying best practices. Founded in 1966 as the
    Graphic Communications Association, IDEAlliance has been a leader in
    information technology - developing Document Markup Metalanguage
    (GENCODE), sponsoring the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML),
    and fostering eXtensible Markup Language (XML). IDEAlliance builds on
    these languages to create specifications that enhance efficiency and
    speed information in all aspects of publishing and content-related
    processes. Learn more about IDEAlliance at
    melledge, Jul 21, 2005
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