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June, 2005

  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    XmlReader and XmlWriter articles by Alex Homer

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    Alex Homer wrote a very good article ( http://www.15seconds.com/issue/050601.htm ) on using XmlReader and XmlWriter in .NET 2.0. It is based on beta 2 bits and while we've added a few new features since then (for example, allowXmlAttributes flag), it...
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    XML and Draconian Error Handling

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    I can just hear sound of the long-time XML users' mice clicking to get this horrible topic off the screen ASAP ... but maybe people who are newer to XML will get something out of revisiting one of the oldest controversies: what should be done with text...
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    Anders Hejlsberg interview on support for XML and SQL in C#

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    Anders Hejlsberg, the MS Distinguished Engineer who has pioneered several important programming languages including Turbo Pascal and C#, has an interview in InfoWorld that is well worth reading for anyone interested in how .NET is evolving to support...
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    A lot interest around XSLT!!!!

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    Thanks everyone for the great feedback. There are a lot of interesting comments. Once I read through them , I will post a summary of what the general feedback is and ask for more clarifications. Keep those comments flowing in!!!! Thanks Nithya
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    XSLT planning

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    We are planning what features /improvements need to go in the next release for XSLT. We are making these decisions based on customer input and feedback. So I would like to hear your views on what you would like to see in the release of XSLT. We...
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    Lots of .NET and SQL Server XML news today

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    It's been a busy news day! First, there are some very interesting figures out comparing XML performance on .NET 2.0 against .NET 1.1 and also JVM 1.5, using benchmarks devised by Sun. The conclusion: The XML Mark 1.1 Benchmark Kit demonstrates...
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    Introducing myself

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    Hello!! I am Nithya Sampathkumar. I recently joined the Program Management team(shifted from dev to PM) and am working on XSLT and XPath. I have been a part of the xml team for the last 5 years as a dev. As a dev I have worked on XPath, XSLT , XQuery...
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    Why was Dynamic HTML a bust and "AJAX" a hit?

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    One of the eternal mysteries of the software industry for me is how formerly ignored or scorned ideas can become buzzwords du jour almost overnight. XML -- which has a data model that is quite close to the scorned LISP S-Expressions and uses the "discredited...
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