From: Rohit Khare (Rohit@KnowNow.com)
Date: Mon Aug 07 2000 - 18:23:53 PDT
>From: "Chris Olds" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: More stuff you probably already know...
>Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 15:57:31 -0700
>August 7, 2000
>Kent Sharkey (Technical Evangelist, Developer Relations Group,
><http://microsoft.com/>Microsoft) will present an overview of SOAP
>(Simple Object Access Protocol). SOAP is a draft specification for
>communicating over a network Standard Internet Protocols and XML. It
>allows for communication between diverse systems, and can be used
>from any operating system or SOAP is one of the key technologies
>behind Microsoft's upcoming .NET platform, and is supported by a
>wide variety of companies, including IBM/Lotus, Intel, CommerceOne,
>September 11, 2000
>Brian Eisenberg (Standards & Technology Liaison at
><http://datachannel.com/>DataChannel) will give a state of the XML
>union address and discuss XML standards and efforts relating to W3C,
>OASIS, ebXML, and more including XML Schema, XLink, etc.
>October 2, 2000
>Terrence Nevins of <http://microsoft.com/>Microsoft will be
>presenting part 2 of BizTalk Server. Details of talk to be posted
>soon. More BizTalk information at
>November 6, 2000
>Tim Bray, the co-editor of the W3C recommendations, "XML 1.0" and
>"Namespaces in XML," and the CEO of Antarcti.ca Systems Inc
>(<http://www.antarcti.ca/>http://www.antarcti.ca). Topic details to
>be announced soon.
>Meeting location is at the Microsoft main campus in Redmond, WA.
>DO NOT PARK IN THE UNDERGROUND GARAGE.
>Building 43, Shasta room, 7:30pm-9:30pm, admission is free.
>Building 43 is located on the west side of 156th Ave. at 36th St.,
>across the street from the main Microsoft campus area.
>To get to Building 43, use the parking entrance on the west side of
>31st St. right off of 156th Ave. This is west of the main campus
>side of Microsoft. Walk north towards the cafeteria building and go
>behind the cafeteria (west side) to the Building 43 entrance to the
>labeled Conference Center. Do not park in the underground parking
>unless you are escorted by a Microsoft employee since you will need
>a card key to enter the building from the garage.
>Arriving before 7:30pm is recommended since someone may not always
>be at the entrance to let people in the building after the meeting
>Send comments to: Ken Levy: <mailto:email@example.com>firstname.lastname@example.org
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