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From Elliotte Rusty Harold <elh...@metalab.unc.edu>
Subject SDExpo 2001 West
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2000 12:39:34 GMT
I will once again be chairing the XML Track for the SD2001 West
Conference in San Jose, next April 8-12. We're looking for solid
technical presentations on XML in both 90-minute and full-day formats
(though if you haven't presented before, it's probably best to start
with a couple of 90-minute seminars rather than proposing a full-day
tutorial.)

What we really want is in-depth, tutorial material; for
example, how to use XSLT, how to use XNI; how to use schemas, etc. This
is a developer conference, and we find that our audience is fairly bored
with managerial presentations like "How to manage your web site by
integrating XML with E-Commerce" or political presentations like "Why
RELAX is better than W3C schemas". We're looking for as much information
about how to use the technology as you can cram into 90 minutes. For
more details or to submit a proposal please go to the SDExpo speaker web
site at http://www.sdexpo.com/speakers/2001w_infomain.html. The 
deadline is officially tomorrow, Friday the 13th but we'll
probably let that slide a bit for interesting proposals.
-- 

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