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XML 2005 Conference and Exposition
"The reliable source for everything XML"
Atlanta Hilton Hotel
Late Breaking News presentation deadline - September 16.
The late-breaking presentations are intended to be filled with late-
breaking news; however good presentations on other topics that don't
duplicate material already on the program will also be considered for
these slots. Submissions on fresh topics such as Ajax, alternatives to
XHTML, and the technical underpinnings to "Web 2.0", as well as others
would be welcomed by the planning committee.
Product presentation submissions are also due September 16:
Check out the program at:
http://www.idealliance.org/xmlusa/2005/schedule.html . Submit a topic
you think will add interest and controversy to the program.
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Sponsors include: IBM, Sun Microsystems, RenderX, Design Science, and
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Journal, Dr. Dobb's Journal, Network Computing, and IT Architect.
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