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From: "Jirka Kosek jirka@xxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:03:50 -0000

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The XML Prague conference will include two full days of single track
sessions, as well as a multitrack pre-conference day.

Both registration and call for papers is open now, so please do not wait
and submit your ideas and/or register for early-bird rate.

The conference is held on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday (February
13-15, 2015),
located at the University of Economics, nam. W. Churchilla, Prague,
Czech Republic.

XML Prague is a conference on XML for developers, markup geeks,
information managers, and students. XML Prague focuses on markup and
semantic on the Web, publishing and digital books, XML technologies for
Big Data and recent advances in XML technologies. The conference
provides an overview of successful technologies, with a focus on real
world application versus theoretical exposition.

This years topics include the following:
* Markup and the Extensible Web
* Semantic visions and the reality
* Publishing for the 21th century
* XML technologies and Big Data
* State of the XML Union

Conference website: http://www.xmlprague.cz

Call for papers: http://www.xmlprague.cz/call-for-papers/

Registration: http://www.xmlprague.cz/conference-registration/

Please take note of the following Important Dates:

   December 1st -- end of CFP (papers)
   December 31st -- notification of acceptance/rejection
   January 5th -- deadline for cheaper early-bird registration
   January 21st -- final paper
   January 27th - end of registration
   February 13-15 -- XML Prague 2015 conference

If you have any questions, interested in sponsorship or just
want to make a suggestion please send email to: info@xxxxxxxxxxxx

				    Jirka Kosek

                        on behalf of XML Prague 2015 Committee

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