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Subject: [xsl] [ANN] XML Amsterdam 2012 registration is open!
From: XML Amsterdam <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2012 13:53:44 +0200

XML Amsterdam 2012 conference is open for registration!


BE QUICK, the early bird discount of 15% expires at 10 September!



	19th of September 2012, Regardz Planetarium, Amsterdam
	Keynotes by MarkLogic and BBC
	Speakers from 28msec, Agarri, EMC, Ontotext, Saxonica, SXML, and
University of West London
	One day, two tracks, Big XML as theme
	Pre-conference MarkLogic Tutorial
	Meetups in Inspiration rooms

The conference is meant for developers, markup geeks, information
managers, and anyone else with interest in XML. This year's theme is Big
XML, with a focus on big data, semantic searching, processing large
volumes, high speed, large variety, open linked data, nosql, and
affiliated topics.

The program comprises one day, two tracks of expert talks, room for
sponsor demo's, and ample opportunity to meet and greet with follow
enthusiasts in our Inspiration rooms. There is also a pre-conference
MarkLogic Tutorial, with free entry for students and conference visitors.

Contact and registration details can be found at

MarkLogic is Gold Sponsor of XML Amsterdam 2012.

XML Amsterdam is a sister event of XML Prague.


Please welcome the following speakers at XML Amsterdam 2012:

	BBC Dynamic Semantic Publishing for Sport and the London Olympics
2012 - Jem Rayfield (BBC)  sponsored by Dayon, a MarkLogic partner

	"Scalable XQuery Processing with Zorba on top of MongoDB" -
William Candillon (28msec)
	"Security implications of XML processing" - Nicolas Grigoire
	"Searching Large XML Databases using Lucene" - Petr Pleshachkov
	Applying Semantic Technologies on Big Data  Mariana Damova
	"Interactive XML Visualization using XSLT 2.0 on the Browser" -
Philip Fearon (Saxonica)
	"'Parsing Time' - the next step in XML management" - Laura
Cavanagh (SXML)
	"Big data small pipes" - John Moore (University of West London)

Preliminary program, bios, and abstracts can be found on the website.


Pre-conference event:

MarkLogic is organizing a Pre-conference Tutorial. It takes place at the
University of Amsterdam. It will cover a crash course in searching using
XQuery for XQuery newbies. Conference visitors and students are welcome
for free. Add it at registration, or send a note to info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Inspiration rooms:

XML Amsterdam is providing room for visitors to discuss, demo, talk, or
meetup with fellow visitors during breaks in the program. Please send
reservation requests to info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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