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A New XML Derived Language Provides a Unique Toolset of Functionality
Warrick Fitzgerald
Senior Systems Engineer, LiveTechnology

LiveTechnology will be providing an introduction to a revolutionary new technology, which moves the structural concepts of XML from the application front end, to the logical backend. The session will provide a broad overview of how LiveTechnology has managed to overlay this unique concept onto their object-oriented database, and the powerful flexibility it provides.

LSML, the powerful language (XML derivative) that interfaces with the LiveOODB (Live Object Oriented Database), provides a rich toolset of functionality for all developers, whether a basic HTML developer or an advanced C++ programmer. Warrick Fitzgerald will be covering real-world case studies for Shell, Lenscrafters, Texaco, McDonald's and others. The discussion will cover how LSML provides complex functionality thru the simplicity of HTML, and truly integrates database storage and functionality (real encapsulation) for the first time.

Refreshments will be served immediately following the presentation.

The Colorado Advanced Technology Series wants to introduce students at the University of Colorado to the technology leaders of local and national industries and help the leaders of those companies explain what their companies do and why they are great places to work. If you would like to receive email notification of upcoming talks, subscribe to our CATS Mailing List.

The main event of CATS is a series of technical talks in the middle of each semester. In each seminar, a technical or business leader from a local or national company describes new or existing technical developments, the motivation for developing that technology and the corporate environment. Each seminar is followed by refreshments and a chance for students and industry representatives to mingle and talk. See CATS Frequently Asked Questions for further information.

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