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Subject: EVENT NEWS: XML/SGML BeLux 99

From:	Paul Hermans [SMTP:Paul_Hermans@protext.be]
Sent:	Thursday, November 04, 1999 1:54 AM
Subject:	XML/SGML BeLux 99

6th Annual Conference on the Practical Use of XML/SGML

One-day conference for all XML/SGML users

"Make your case with XML/SGML"

24th November 1999

Polytechnical Faculty of Mons
Rue de Houdain 9 - 7000 Mons

 Programme of the 6th Annual Conference on the Practical Use of SGML
(Wednesday 24 November 1999)


09.15 to 10.00 Simon Nicholson of OASIS
		Keynote speech
		Overview of new initiatives in the field of XML interoperability and

10.00 to 10.30 Rieks Molenman of Cap Gemini, the Netherlands
		How data drives XML-based publishing.
10.30 - 10.45 Coffee

10.45 - 11.30 Rajiv Thanawala of Tata Infotech India 
		A software consultancy found that XML offered the most effective solution
for its contract generation problem. 

11.30 - 12.00 Jacques Deseyne of Sema Belgium 
XML is the power behind an electrical utility's call centre.

12.00 - 12.45 Jorgen Jonsson of Enator Sweden
		How XML helps run Sweden's Celsius naval dockyard. 

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch 

14.00 - 14.45 Thomas Fal of FMV Sweden
		XML and the implementation of the AECMA 1000D  specification in the
Swedish Army. 

14.45 - 15.15 Steven Noels of Net-It-Be Belgium 
		XML combined with object technology to manage large websites

15.15 - 15.30 Coffee 

15.30 - 16.15 Luc Bertrand of SEID Luxembourg 
		XML used to solve business problems

16.15 - 17.00 Alfred Attipoe of ACSE Belgium 
		SGML overcomes compatibility problems for paper and on-line drugs


09.15 - 12.45 XML for Beginners - Steven Noels of Net-It-Be
12.45 - 14.00 Lunch 

14.00 - 17.00 XML for Programmers - Jacques Deseyne of Sema
		This tutorial session will provide a crash introduction to XML, look at
the various standards, and provide examples and demos. During the session
there will also be round up of the application architecture, and various
real-life applications of XML will be examined. 
		Participants are invited to bring their own laptops. 

17.00 Reception for all attendees 


Make Your Case with XML

6th Annual Conference on the Practical of SGML
24 November, 1999 
Faculte Polytechnique de Mons

Fees for the Conference Track and Training Track

These fees include access to the vendor exhibition, the coffee breaks, and
the closing reception. Please note that the lunch is only accessible to
full day attendees. Copies of the proceedings will be sent to all
conference participants. 

Please indicate your choice by checking the relevant box: 

Members of SGM/XML BeLux or the International User Group
Morning Session: 
  Conference: BEF 3000 
  Training: XML for Beginners: 2000

Afternoon Session: 
  Conference: BEF 3000 
  Training: XML for Programmers: 2000

Fees for non-members 
Morning Session: 
  Conference: BEF 4500 
  Training: XML for Beginners: 7000

Afternoon Session: 
  Conference: BEF 4500 
  Training: XML for Programmers: 7000

I am making a payment of a (total) of 	by bank transfer 
only to SGML/XML BeLux, account no. 068-2144301-46. International attendees
should use the following bank address: 

Gemeentekrediet van Belgie
Regio Dendermonde
Dr. Haekstraat 56
B-9200 Dendermonde

If you would like us to refer to a purchase order on the invoice, please
indicate the required reference: 

Please mail or fax your completed form to:
47 Place Favresse
1310 La Hulpe 

tel: 02/652 00 89
fax: 02/652 02 46

(Please bring a copy of your registration form to the registration desk)

Join as a member in 2000 and benefit from the special member rates. 
As a member you also belong to the international user group, receive the
international newsletter, and enjoy preferential rates at international

If you return the membership application form in this pack, we will start
your membership as of 1 January, 2000 (what's more we'll only bill you in
January 2000). 

Mons lies at the junction of the E19 (Paris-Brussels-Amsterdam) and E42
(Calais-Lille-Cologne) motorways. When you arrive in Mons (exit Mons-Ghlin)
all you have to do is to follow the signs for "Faculte Polytechnique" and
leave the main avenue encircling the town at the right moment. As it is
easy to miss the street, we suggest that you use the free car park between
the Cite P. Houzeau de Lehaie and the buildings in the rue de l'Epargne
(B). This car park is perfectly located and within easy reach of the
conference venue. 

Paul Hermans
Pro Text
Interleuvenlaan 62A
3001 Leuven
+32 16 40 66 81
+32 16 40 66 91 (fax)

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