||Topic - Speaker
|October 11, 2006
||David Stabb of Techbooks and David Murphy of
Wolters-Kluwer Health present their take on Authoring Systems.
||David Stabb's slides
David Murphy's slides
|June 14, 2006
||Dale Waldt on "The Extensibility Manifesto"
||Dale Waldt's slides
|March 8, 2006
||Topic Maps, featuring Michel Biezunski and
Michel Biezunski's slides
|Dec. 14, 2005
||Priscilla Walmsley on "Next Generation Query and Transormation
Industry expert, Priscilla Walmsley will discuss what XQuery is for and how it compares to XSLT 2.0. We'll also learn what's new in XSLT 2.0.
Mark [up] your calendar!
|Oct. 12, 2005
Gary Cosimini, Adobe's Business Development Director, Creative
Best Kept Secrets: Adobe Support
How could the the world's largest
desktop publishing software provider do such a poor job
communicating its support of XML to the world? Because it's
hard. The XML toolset and the benefits it bring still elude the
mainstream publishing audience. Hear what Adobe's inside XML
evangelists are doing to help broaden the applications of XML
within Adobe's products while their engineers continue to add
features that are just becoming known.
|Gary Cosimini's Presentation
|Sept. 14, 2005
Mark Logic - Unlock your Content
What's an XML content server?
Today's content comes in many formats,
styles, and schemas. If you need to convert, query,
manipulate, and render content – for custom publishing, search
and discovery, customer portals, or content syndication – you
need an XML content server. Join us as we welcome Mark Logic
and learn about Mark Logic Server 3.0.
|MarkLogic PPT Presentation
|July 13, 2005
Mulberry Technologies -- Introduction to XML Schema Languages
Since the XML specification came out in 1998, one of the most
controversial issues has been the design and application of XML
constraint specification languages, also called schema languages.
Deborah A. Lapeyre, senior XML consultant and vice president of Mulberry
Technologies, Inc., will introduce the major schema languages, show
samples of each, and consider their relative merits from the point of
view of XML developers and users.
|Schema Presentation (PDF)
|June 8, 2005
|May 11, 2005
||Doug Anderson and Andrew Clubb from Elsevier will speak on Dorland's
Medical Dictionary, along with a representative from Progressive. They
will talk about working with Vasont and interesting lessons learned from
structuring content for a medical dictionary.
|March 9, 2005
||Joe Gangemi, "The XML/SGML Conundrum"
|February 9, 2005
||Betty Harvey, Founder, Washington XML Users Group
What makes an
XML User Group successful?
This was the first meeting held by the
Philadelphia XML Users Group.