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  • Blog Post: Open XML support in new tools, apps, and custom solutions

    One of the more interesting aspects of my job is meeting people who are developing software that interoperates with Office through the various formats that we support.  It’s exciting to hear their plans, work with them on the details of how our products can collaborate or share data, and then see...
  • Blog Post: Weeks of links for 10-20-2008

    I've fallen a few weeks behind on posting links to various articles and blog posts, so this post is a bit long. As you can see, the world of document format interoperability has been humming along irregardless of my inattention ... Monarch v10 released. Datawatch announced today the release of...
  • Blog Post: Mexico workshop, Open XML links

    The Mexico City workshop for Open XML developers was the fourth and final one on the latest tour, and it had a great group of attendees. Everyone asked Mauricio more questions in Spanish than they asked me in English, but I've learned not to take that personally in these Spanish-speaking countries. ...
  • Blog Post: Monarch: a product for breaking into your own data

    One Open XML implementation that I find interesting for a variety of reasons is the new release of Monarch V9 from Datawatch. Brian Jones blogged about it today. This product has been around quite a while, and I took a good look at it back in 1991 when it first shipped. It's sort of funny, I remember...
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