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XML London 2013 speakers

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Abel Braaksma

Abrasoft outsourcing; creator of Exselt, a concurrent XSLT 3.0 processor

I surf, play the piano, code in c#, java, f#, xslt and take any excuse for travelling abroad.

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Adrian Warman

Information Architect at IBM UK Hursley Lab. Senior Visiting Research Fellow at Bournemouth University. bio from Twitter

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Autumn Cuellar

Associate Product Manager at Design Science bio from LinkedIn

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Cathy Dolbear

Link Data Architect at Oxford University Press bio from LinkedIn

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Charles Foster

The guy behind @xmllondon and a load of XQJ drivers. Apparently. bio from Twitter

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Christine Vanoirbeek

Lab Director at EPFL (IC School) bio from LinkedIn

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Eric van der Vlist
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George Bina

Partner at Syncro Soft / oXygen XML Editor bio from Twitter

Silver Sponsor XML London 2013

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james fuller

Senior Engineer at MarkLogic

Only my own thoughts of how to have fun with Big Data, MarkLogic, XQuery ( xproc, xslt, emacs, regex, unix).

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lou Burnard

old enough to know better bio from Twitter

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Nick Van den Bleeken

R&D Manager at Inventive Designers.Passionate about XML related technologies,mobile,cloud,web and document technology in general.Editor of XForms specification. bio from Twitter

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Nigel Whitaker

Software Architect at DeltaXML Ltd

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O'Neil Delpratt

Invited Expert at W3C XQuery WG

Christian, EAGA Choir member. Software Developer at Saxonica. C++, Java, XML, XSLT, XQuery.

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Philip Fennell

XML standards and Semantic Web devotee

Experienced in XML, XSLT, XQuery, XProc, XForms, RDF and SPARQL
O'Reilly Community Blogger
Member of the W3C Forms Working Group
Currently at MarkLogic, previously held consulting positions at the BBC and HP Labs

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Richard Pineger

Content strategy, technical writing, and technology bio from Twitter

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Rob Walpole

Consulting XML Developer at The National Archives, UK bio from LinkedIn

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Robin La Fontaine

Helping companies with change in XML documents and data: enabling you to manage, control, publish and audit change. bio from LinkedIn

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Ron Hitchens

Software Architect, Author and Family Guy bio from LinkedIn

Gold Sponsor XML London 2013

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Sebastian Rahtz

Director (Research Support) of Academic IT Services at University of Oxford

I do web and XML stuff at Oxford University, and spend a lot of time on the Text Encoding Initiative. Reformed TeXxie. Like gravestones. I am not a visionary.

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Shaun McDonald

Link Architect at Oxford University Press bio from LinkedIn

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St├ęphane Sire

Entrepreneur, Web development, Document engineering, Web2Print bio from LinkedIn

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Tatu Saloranta

XML, JSON and Java Rockstar

Author of Woodstox and Aalto, the fastest Java XML processors in the world.
Author of Jackson, the JSON processor, used in Spring, Jersey, JBOSS RestEASY and the Play framework.
Principal Engineer at SalesForce.com. Held senior engineering positions at Sun and Amazon.

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Tomos Hillman

XML Data Analyst at Oxford University Press bio from LinkedIn

XML London 2013

England England, London

15th16th June 2013