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Alan Houser, XML Support in Frame 7. With version 7, Adobe has made major advances in making Frame a first-class XML editor. Come see a demo of this exciting new product. Get a college term paper written by a real professional. You could write my paper for me if you really need your papers back.
Tom Moertel: XML and Fighting Spirit. Tom Moertel recently completed a content management project for the Fighting Spirit web site, dedicated to supporting breast cancer survivors. In this talk he describes the role XML plays in the completely automated publishing system, which is capable of typesetting 1000 pages per minute and building 2000 web pages in 3 minutes.
18:30/20:30 (6:30-8:30 p.m.) in the Pittsburgh Technology Council offices at 2000 Technology Drive - in the Voicestream Building off Second Avenue.
The semiannual PittMark Happy Hour will be held at the Church Brew Works and Restaurant, 3525 Liberty Avenue, in Lawrenceville, from 17:00 to 19:00 (5:00 to 7:00 p.m.).
Patrick Doyle, Arbortext: Document Production with Epic. In this tutorial, Patrick will cover Creating and Editing XML and SGML; Single Source Publishing; and the Migration of Legacy Data. [TENTATIVE]
XML on a Budget. Want to use XML, but don't have a lot of money to spend? In this evening of demonstrations, our panel of cheapskates will show how to do it for the lowest possible price: $0.00, using open source tools. We'll hear from Liz Shaw (Xindice, eXist); Sloan Seaman (Xerces, JxMenu, JxBRE); Michael Powers (FOP); Mary Ecsedy (Jade, PreHeat); and Dave Mundie (Coccoon). [TENTATIVE]
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