BillG on XML schemas
Steven R. Newcomb
srn at techno.com
Tue Jul 27 17:47:02 BST 1999
> >From http://www.microsoft.com/msft/speech/analystmtg99/qafam99.htm
> "We want to create a run time environment that supports Java,
> C, Visual Basic, and a new set of languages that are coming
> along that really deal with this XML schema issue, that really
> take data binding, which has been really the worst thing in
> development, where you have to go and find the data, find the
> format of the data, pull it in, transform it, and try to get it back
> out. Most code is written around that. And that impedance
> match, there are ways of taking some of the ideas that were
> around object database language couplings, and really getting
> those into the mainstream."
> Not sure what it means, but it sounds good. -T.
Maybe he's ready to understand groves at last.
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