XML2005 program additions/updates --discounts available till October 10 -- cheap airfares

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    XML 2005 - Atlanta Hilton Hotel - Atlanta, GA - November 14-18,
    2005
    http://www.xmlconference.org

    Register prior to October 10 and take advantage of the early-bird
    registration fees. http://2005.xmlconference.org/registration

    IDEAlliance has announced the following program additions/updates for
    XML 2005:

    XML Master Class Series -- IDEAlliance in its continued efforts to
    provide groundbreaking services to the XML community are introducing
    the XML Master Class Series the first of which will be held at XML
    2005. The Master Class Series brings together successful XML use cases
    presented by users and industry experts to provide insight and
    practical guidance into today's XML standards, technologies and
    practices. IDEAlliance is highlighting users that have successfully
    deployed XML technology in either a document-centric or XML web
    services environment. In a public session users will describe their
    applications and get direct feedback from industry experts. Examples of
    topics that may be discussed: Security; performance; scalability;
    Applicability of new standards; tools and technologies; Compatibility
    and interoperability issues and pointers, and Managing and maintaining
    vocabularies. Two users confirmed include: Farrukh Khan, Ohio State
    University Medical Center and Jeff Shick, American Society of Hospital
    Pharmacists.
    Watch http://2005.xmlconference.org/xmlmasterseries/ for more details.

    XML Authoring Panel -- This session features a panel of XML Authoring
    Vendors and XML experts. The XML Authoring Vendors demonstrate
    traditional XML authoring tools and environments. Alternative methods
    for authoring XML content are also demonstrated. Discussions about XML
    environments and appropriate authoring methodologies are discussed.
    Authoring product participants confirmed to date: Syntext, Altova,
    BlastRadius, others to be announced; Alternative Authoring: Dale Waldt,
    Axtiveminds, Kevin Kelly, IBM. Panel chair: Betty Harvey.

    Efficient XML Panel--- Chaired by Michael Champion, Microsoft
    Corporation, this multi-session panel discussion focuses on the
    challenges faced by those who need to process XML more efficiently than
    the current state of the art allows. Advocates of different
    alternatives, including hardware acceleration, binary XML, and code
    optimization have been invited to present their views and debate one
    another. Panel participants confirmed to date include: Rich Rollman,
    AgileDelta, Michael Leventhal, Tarari, David Lee, Epocrates, Kent.Nutt,
    Conformative Systems, Santiago Pericas-Geertsen, Sun Microsystems, Eric
    Sedlar, Oracle, and Eric Perkins, IBM.

    For the complete XML 2005 program line-up to date, visit:
    http://www.idealliance.org/xmlusa/2005/schedule.html Late-breaking and
    product presentations will be announced within the next week.

    Make plans to attend XML today. Flights from most major cites to
    Atlanta are inexpensive. Sample airfares for example:
    Roundtrip from:
    Washington DC $158
    New York $208
    Philadelphia $228
    Boston $238
    Chicago $228
    San Francisco $242
    San Jose $276
    Seattle $302

    Make you hotel reservations now. November in Atlanta can be a busy
    time. IDEAlliance has reserved a block of rooms at the Atlanta Hilton,
    headquarter hotel for XML 2005, at the incredible rate of $169 single/
    $189 double. For more information and to book a room, see
    http://2005.xmlconference.org/hotel

    XML 2005 is produced by IDEAlliance. http://www.idealliance.org Join
    now and save on registration fees and more.

    Sponsors this year include: JustSystem, RenderX, Sun Microsystems,
    BlastRadius. Design Science, IBM, and Microsoft.
    melledge, Oct 4, 2005
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