XML EUROPE 2004 -- CALL FOR PAPERS

Discussion in 'XML' started by MarionEll, Nov 25, 2003.

  1. MarionEll

    MarionEll Guest

    "Documenting the Future"
    XML Europe takes place 18-21 April at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam. XML Europe
    2004 provides the premier European forum for the XML community, spanning the
    worlds of electronic business, publishing, the Internet, e-government, software
    and open standards development.

    This year's conference takes as its theme "Documenting the Future," reflecting
    the key role XML plays in capturing an ever-increasing portion of our lives --
    whether business transactions, our interactions with government, or our
    creative endeavours. At XML Europe, those responsible for shaping our
    electronic future will meet, collaborate and exchange ideas. [read more]

    For more information on ways to participate at XML Europe 2004, please visit
    our Call for Participation. Presentation proposals are currently being
    accepted. Deadline is 5 January 2004.

    Please note: This site will be updated shortly with more information on XML
    Europe 2004
     
    MarionEll, Nov 25, 2003
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  2. MarionEll

    GIMME Guest

    What XML technology are they interested in?

    There's no point of writing a paper on, say, AXIS, if it won't get
    published because someone thinks AXIS is obsolete.
     
    GIMME, Nov 26, 2003
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