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The Ghosts of SGML’s Past and XML’s Present and Future
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I had originally planned for the next entry in this blog to be about mousetraps – who’s got the best mousetrap, why is so-and-so’s mousetrap better than your mousetrap, why is my mousetrap better than yours, etc. That’ll have to wait for another time, because frankly, I’m still turning the subject over in my mind […]

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The Murky Waters of Schemas
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I attended two sessions that discussed schemas this morning. The first presenter was from Microsoft, and he explained how Microsoft decided they needed to know more about how people are actually using Schemas (or if they’re using Schemas?) before they went and built a tool to build schemas that people might actually use. The study […]

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Blogging via Word 2007 at XML 2006
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For kicks and giggles, I figured I’d try out the blogging capability in Word 2007 for today’s post. What do y’all think? Probably can’t tell the difference, can you. If so, that’s good. Today’s activities include the following sessions: A Study in the Adoption and Usage of XML Schema – its Design and Results Daddy? […]

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Paths and Queries and Transforms… Oh My!
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So today’s action was the XPATH 2.0, XQuery and XSLT 2.0 Explained tutorial, taught by Priscilla Walmsley. Priscilla Walmsley is a name I’ve heard before. Or at least a name I’ve read before. I have the Definitive XML Professional Toolkit edition that she edited with Goldfarb. I also have the XML in Office 2003 book […]

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