Sun Microsystems will deliver its long-awaited Extensible Markup Language (XML) plans next week at the XTech developer conference in San Jose, Calif., detailing where the technology fits within its enterprise products and Java strategy. Also at the conference, IBM will promote several of its partners that are already using its XML tools.
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Linux will be in the spotlight in March at the first-ever LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, in San Jose, California, with several vendors delivering key announcements at the show.
The extensible Markup Language (XML) continued to build momentum across a wide range of areas this week, with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) issuing recommendations for describing XML-based schemas, and IBM Corp. posting plans to use XML to bring speech capabilities to browsers.
IBM Corp. announced several Extensible Markup Language (XML) initiatives here Monday at the XML '98 show, including a new XML Web site, nine new development tools, and a new graphics technology it co-developed with Adobe Systems Inc.