A free one-day conference devoted to discussion on topics related to core XML technologies; XML, XSLT, Schema, etc... set within the impressive city of Prague, Czech Republic. Speakers have been chosen for their contributions to the XML community with talks ranging from the theoretical to the applied. This full day of in-depth discussion has been specifically designed for both software developers and the self-confessed 'XML geek' who want to gain a better understanding of the future direction of XML technologies and standards.

June 25, 2005
Malá Strana (aka Lesser Town), Prague, the Czech Republic
Malostranské náměstí 25, Prague 1
Michael Kay, Saxonica Limited
Robin Berjon, Expway
Eric van der Vlist, Dyomedea
Miloslav Nič, ICT Prague
James Fuller, WebComposite, s.r.o.
Petr Pajas, Charles University, Prague
Václav Trojan, Syntea software group, a.s.
Organizing Comitee
Jaroslav Nešetřil, Charles University, Prague
Tomáš Kaiser, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen
Petr Cimprich, Ginger Alliance, s.r.o.

Post Conference News:

The conference proceedings are available for download (814 kB).

All presentation slides are available from the program page.

There is a small photo-gallery available. A more extensive collection of pictures has been provided by Bogomil Shopov.

Media Partners

Produced by
Institute for Theoretical Computer Science and Ginger Alliance

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Supported by
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen