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[ANN] XSL conference, April 2001, UK

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  • Sebastian Rahtz
    XSLT-UK. The first XSL conference. ... The first XSLT-UK conference will take place in the UK, Sunday and Monday, 8-9 April 2001 in Keble College, Oxford,
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      XSLT-UK. The first XSL conference.
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      The first XSLT-UK conference will take place in the UK, Sunday and
      Monday, 8-9 April 2001 in Keble College, Oxford, England. We now have
      our speakers lined up, the venue is booked, and it is looking good for
      an interesting two days.

      The announce is at http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsltuk/, and
      registration is open, at http://users.ox.ac.uk/~rahtz/regform.html

      The conference is priced reasonably, and if you are really new to XSLT,
      then Ken Holman's two day course is set to run on Friday and Saturday,
      6th and 7th April 2001. This provides an ideal introduction to XSLT.

      SPEAKERS:

      * Jeni Tennison (Jeni Tennison Consulting Ltd): XSLT Design Patterns

      * Michael Kay (ICL): XSLT performance

      * Jacek Ambroziak (CrossGain Corporation, formerly Sun Microsystems):
      The XSLT Compiler for the JVM

      * Norm Walsh (Sun): Building and maintaining the Docbook XSL family

      * Steve Muench (Oracle Corporation): XSLT and Databases: A Compelling
      Combination for Web Apps

      * Tom Kaiser (Ginger Alliance, Prague, Czech Republic): Charlie - an
      XML application framework

      * Wolfgang Emmerich (Dept. of Computer Science, University College
      London): Markup Meets Middleware

      * Leigh Dodds (xmlhack.com, ingenta ltd): Schematron: validating XML
      using XSLT

      * Mario Jeckle (DaimlerChrysler Research and Technology): Using XSLT
      to derive schemata from UML

      * Ben Robb (cScape Strategic Internet Services Ltd): Creating a diary
      application using XSLT

      * Evan Lenz (XYZFind Corp.): XSLT as a Query Language

      * Arved Sandstrom (e-plicity): Implementing XSL formatting objects

      * G. Ken Holman (Crane Softwrights Ltd.): Experiments Using XSLT With
      Topic Maps
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