XTech Show [fwd]

Marcelo Cantos marcelo at mds.rmit.edu.au
Mon Mar 15 00:19:03 GMT 1999

Apologies for yet another brazen advert.  But this is definitely of
general interest...

----- Forwarded message from Bob Carter <BCARTER at kti.com> -----

Date: Sun, 14 Mar 1999 17:35:36 -0500
From: Bob Carter <BCARTER at kti.com>
To: sim at mds.rmit.edu.au
Subject: XTech Show

SIM won the interoperability award at the XTech conference in San
Jose, California last week.  With only 2 days to load 3 Gig of XML
data, develop an application and provide sophisticated searching, the
SIM technology beat Oracle, Object Design, Xyvision, Inso and others.
Neil Sharman upgraded the running app into SIM 2.3, in less than an
hour, showing off new features such as limited searching and the
advanced search interface.

Thanks to Trevor Clark, Tapan Shah and Neil Sharman for their efforts.

----- End forwarded message -----

(Bob Carter is the U.S. product manager for SIM, based at Kinetic
Technologies, Inc.; Neil Sharman and Trevor Clarke are core developers
for SIM; Tapan Shah is an application developer also working at



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