XML Opportunity Info

XML XML at adpersonnel.com
Wed Jul 28 19:47:04 BST 1999

The XML revolution was fostered by a huge customer demand to build
applications which can move and consume data around the network. Today,
XML is everywhere on the Net. We are entering a new phase where data and
the services associated with this data will be broadly available. In
this brave new age of servers serving data and not only UI anymore,
there is a requirement for a first class client which can consume and
integrate (XML) data from the multiple data sources providing added
value to the customer. The goal is to build an architecture particularly
suited to support the componentization, discovery and usage of
distributed services and data fragments remotely located on the network.
The difficulty and the beauty comes from the fact that XML could
represent structured information which could scale from structured
documents to very relational data. Integrating data coming from diverse
sources into documents, presenting it with multiple views, enabling the
user to interact with it in a document oriented way will provide the
user with a metaphor he understands (documents) while giving him the
added value coming from data. 

You will help us define our underlying platform, based on XML and XSL,
on top of which is built a full-featured productivity suite including
browsing, e-mail, personal information management, Web publishing,
collaborative document, generic WYSIWYG XML authoring, spreadsheet and
presentation editing. 

Please forward your resume or give directions to a URL with information
describing relevant achievements

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