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XTech 2006 Newsletter
April 20, 2006 - Volume 1, Number 1
XTech 2006 - The gathering place for Web technologists
XTech is THE forum for peer-to peer interaction, learning about new
technologies, meeting the experts, and voicing one's opinion on current
and future Web developments. More
Deadline extended for hotel reservations to Friday, April 28
Visit http://xtech06.usefulinc.com/content/venue for pricing
and to make reservations.
IDEAlliance Announces Keynote Speakers for XTech 2006
Yahoo!'s Developer Network lead Jeffrey McManus, Mozilla Corporation's
CTO, Brendan Eich, Amazon's web services evangelist, Jeff Barr, and
industry-leading essayist and developer, Paul Graham address current
and future trends for web developers. More
IDEAlliance Announces Conference Program for XTech 2006
Program focuses on XML, standards-based and open technology for
enabling next generation of web applications, and includes
presentations on DITA, Rails, AJAX, XForms, SPARQL, MySQL and more.
MOZILLA Corporation Co-Hosts XTech 2006, Provides Keynote Speaker,
"This is the second year in a row that Mozilla has sponsored the XTech
Conference, following a great presence for us in 2005," said Chris
Beard, vice president of products for Mozilla Corporation. "XTech
represents an excellent forum for showcasing web technology work that
is important and exciting. The quality of feedback and the opportunity
to see what other leaders in this area are exploring makes XTech a
great fit for Mozilla. This year, Mozilla speakers will again be
presenting on topics important to the continuing growth of Firefox and
the web as a platform for innovation. We're looking forward to the high
calibre of technical conversation facilitated by the conference."
XTech 2006 Media Partners
IDEAlliance proudly announces media partnerships for XTech 2006 with
the following publications: Capterra, DevTownStation, Integration
Developer News, OpenEnterpriseTrends.com, Dr. Dobb's Journal,
Service-Oriented Architecture, WebDev Magazine, <XML>fr, XML Pitstop,
and Content Wire.
Marion L. Elledge
VP, Information Technologies Programs
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