XML Prague 2010

Volume 13, Issue 2; 24 Jan 2010; last modified 08 Oct 2010

See you at XML Prague! And a chance to plug some really excellent training.

I'm delighted that my paper proposal for XML Prague was accepted. I'm a little less delighted that the final paper deadline was last week, but I guess that's encouragement to finish it, eh? (I will, I promise.)

I'm going to speak about modular documentation in DocBook, both about the proposal for “assemblies” being developed in the DocBook Technical Committee and about my XProc-based implementation.

I mention these things for only two reasonsIn the interest of full disclosure, I should point out that Mark Logic is a gold sponsor of the conference and Ken's course is being delivered in partnership with our own training services. I don't think that makes me baised, but I guess I wouldn't, would I?: first, to recommend that XML Prague is a conference you need to go to if you're interested in XML technologies. It's that good.

Second, to plug G. Ken Holman’s XSLT/XPath 1.0 & 2.0 and XQuery 1.0 Hands-on Training class. If you're looking for someone to teach you XSLT and XQuery, you'd be hard pressed to do better than Ken. And if you're interested in XML, these are technologies you need to know. The maximum class size is an astonishing six, so it's practically 1:1. Yet another reason to be in Prague in March

See you there!


Agreed--XML Prague is the conference to attend in Europe. I'm looking forward to your presentation.



—Posted by Ari Nordström on 25 Jan 2010 @ 08:09 UTC #