XML - Extensible Markup Language
Phil Storey, Application Engineer, Arbortext, Inc.

XML, with its highly flexible syntax for describing virtually any kind of information, is currently the most promising language for storing and delivering information on the World Wide Web. Phil Storey, an Application Engineer at Arbortext, will explain the XML technology, how it relates to HTML, relevant standards committee activity, its current status in the industry, and its future prospects. Arbortext (www.arbortext.com) is a founding member of the W3C XML Working Group, sits on W3C steering committee, co-submitted the XSL proposal, and is currently a member of the XSL Working Group. Information on XML can be found at www.arbortext.com/Think_Tank/think_tank.html

This meeting of the Worcester Section - Computer Society, held in conjunction with the Delphi Developers Group of Greater Boston, will be held on Monday, September 18th, from 7:00 to 9:00 at Allaire Corporation, 275 Grove Street, Newton, MA (adjacent to the Riverside-T station). For additional information visit www.DisCom.com/Delphi or contact Al Reinhart, DisCom Systems at 508-869-6417 or Reinhart@DisCom.com.