Want to know what is on the minds of folks like Tim Bray, Sam Ruby, and Don Box?  Register for the upcoming Applied XML Developer's Conference today!

Every year, this conference has sold out. Essentially, this conference is by those who Do for those who Do.  How often do you get industry thought leaders doing real implementation work mixed in with innovators from Sun, IBM, and Microsoft presenting hardcore technical presentations at a developer's conference?  XML is truly love.

See you in Oregon!

Check out this line up:

When

What

Who

Wednesday, October 20th

8:00am

Registration

 

8:45am

Welcome

Chris Sells

9:00am

Day #1 Keynote: Syndication and Blogging; Today and Tomorrow

Tim Bray

10:00am

Developers Hate XML

Chris Anderson

11:00am

Bringing Strongly Typed Business Objects to Legacy Financial Systems with XML Schema

Patrick Cauldwell and Scott Hanselman

11:50am

Lunch

 

1:00pm

XML as a better COM (yes, really)

Don Box

2:00pm

Using obscure technologies to build scalable message-driven Web services

Ted Neward

3:00pm

Tightly Coupled Security for Loosely Coupled Services

Rich Salz

4:00pm

All About Schematron

Daniel Cazzulino

5:00pm

XSLT2 on .NET

Kurt Cagle

6:00pm

Reception

 

6:30pm

XML/Web Services Q&A Panel: Should We Be Looking At The Angle Brackets?

All Speakers

Thursday, October 21st

9:00am

Day #2 Keynote: WS-MSDN and Beyond

Tim Ewald

10:00am

Atom in Depth

Sam Ruby

11:00am

Web Services Versioning

Doug Purdy

11:50am

Lunch

 

1:00pm

Amazon Web Services - A Year in Review

Jeff Barr

2:00pm

Using XML to take the headaches out of EDI processing

Blair Schneider McKay

3:00pm

Top 10 Things an XML Web Services Developer Should Know About Security

Keith Brown

4:00pm

Using XML For Navy Missile Systems

Whitney Kemmey