First XSLT-UK conference: Program announced
23:51, 4 Jan 2001 UTC | Michael Smith

Sebastian Rahtz has announced program details for the first XSLT-UK conference, to take place on the 8th and 9th of April at Keble College, Oxford, England.

The list of speakers and topics, which covers a broad range of the XSLT landscape, includes some well-known authorities in the field:

Jacek Ambroziak The XSLT Compiler for the JVM
David Carlisle XSLT and the functional programming paradigm
Leigh Dodds Schematron: validating XML using XSLT
Wolfgang Emmerich       Markup Meets Middleware
G. Ken Holman Experiments Using XSLT With Topic Maps
Mario Jeckle Using XSLT to derive schemata from UML
Tom Kaiser Charlie - an XML application framework
Michael Kay XSLT performance
Evan Lenz XSLT as a Query Language
Steve Muench XSLT and Databases: A Compelling Combination for Web Apps
Ben Robb Creating a diary application using XSLT
Arved Sandstrom Implementing XSL formatting objects
Jeni Tennison XSLT Design Patterns
Norman Walsh Building and maintaining the Docbook XSL family

Prior to the conference, on April 6th and 7th in Oxford, Ken Holman will also conduct a two-day version of the training course Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath.

An online form is available for registering for both the conference and the pre-conference training course.

For more information contact Dave Pawson or Sebastian Rahtz.

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