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Late-Breaking Technology Presentations Just Announced XML Event

Press release from the issuing company

December event to showcase the latest IT technologies, trends and innovations ALEXANDRIA, VA (November 7, 2002) — IDEAlliance, producer of the XML series of world-class tradeshows, conferences and events around the globe, today announced the late-breaking news topics for the upcoming XML Conference and Exposition 2002. XML Conference and Exposition 2002, the world's most comprehensive XML event, takes place December 8 -13, 2002 at the Baltimore Convention Center, in Baltimore, Maryland. “The ‘late-breaking news’ sessions are cutting-edge presentations that focus on the very latest XML innovations,” says conference chair Lauren Wood, Chair of this year's XML conference. “These talks were finalized only a month before the conference, so attendees will have a chance to hear about the most recent XML technologies and solutions. This year we are pleased to once again feature some very up-to-the-minute topics on relevant issues that XML users are facing currently and will be facing in the near future." “This year’s event represents one of the strongest technical program we’ve ever offered,” says David Steinhardt, President and CEO of IDEAlliance. “The conference sessions will provide cutting-edge content that is critical to successful XML technology implementation. Attendees will have a chance to explore the technologies and trends that will allow their businesses to grow and keep pace with future IT challenges. In addition to the regular sessions, we will be running a vendor session track. This will give attendees the opportunity to find out the latest XML products and solutions that are being offered and how they can be implemented effectively." A complete list of vendor presentations can be found at www.xmlconference.org. XML 2002 is slated to attract hundreds of IT professionals, including applications engineers, chief information officers, directors of e-business, project managers and team leaders from Fortune 1000 corporations, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Participants can take advantage of a variety of learning formats, including technical sessions, keynote addresses, plenary sessions, informal business receptions, discussion groups and social events.