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May meeting of the Philadelphia XML Users' Group

Philadelphia XML Users' Group
NEXT MEETING: May 11th, 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Update from the Philadelphia XML Users' Group
The Users' Group is an open organization that invites participation
from anyone in the Delaware Valley and Greater Philadelphia area
interested in XML technologies.

Meetings are hosted at the Elsevier office, 1600 John F. Kennedy
Boulevard in Philadelphia.

Listed below are details for the next two meetings. To sign up, please
visit http://www.xmlphilly.org/signup.asp
May 11, 2005:

Dorland's Medical Dictionary

Doug Anderson, chief lexicographer, and Andrew Clubb, publishing and
product technology director, from Elsevier will speak about Dorland's
Medical Dictionary. They will talk about working with Vasont and
interesting lessons learned from structuring content for a medical
dictionary.

Progressive Information Technologies

The Vasontģ content management system enables organizations to manage
and store multilingual content - such as technical documentation,
product manuals, and reference materials - as a single source for
maximum component-level reuse and multi-channel delivery. Jack Danaher
will discuss Vasont and how Progressive helped solve some of Dorland's
publishing challenges.
June 8, 2005:

Arbortext: Overview and Product Roadmap

Local Arbortext representative Bob Wass will present an overview of
Arbortext's product line and the roadmap for the company's future
development plans. Arbortext will be making significant announcements
at their annual user group meeting (AUGI) in mid-May. For those
unfamiliar with the Arbortext product suite, this presentation will
also help set the context for the case study that follows.

SAP: Using XML to Create Custom Course Materials

SAP Education is currently the third largest IT training organization
in the world. Four years ago, using Arbortext tools, SAP Education
implemented a new XML-based architecture to create course materials.
Mark Myers, development architect for SAP Education, will demonstrate
how SAP Education and Arbortext turned real-world business requirements
into a successful implementation.
Visit our website at http://www.xmlphilly.org for more information,
directions, or to sign up. We look forward to seeing you there.

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