SOURCE: Mark Logic Corporation

March 07, 2007 08:00 ET

Mark Logic Principal Technologist and Senior Engineer to Present at SD West 2007 in Santa Clara

SAN MATEO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 7, 2007 --

What:  Mark Logic® Corporation, provider of the industry's leading XML
       content server, today announced that Mark Logic Principal
       Technologist, Jason Hunter, and Senior Engineer, Ron Hitchens,
       will join an impressive list of instructors including some of the
       technology industry's most knowledgeable experts and gurus,
       at SD West 2007.

       SD West 2007, which promises to bring together all the major
       players in the software development community, offers attendees
       over 200 classes in 14 important subject areas, combining the best
       of traditional and next-generation development in a language
       neutral, platform neutral environment. Mr. Hunter and Mr. Hitchens
       will present in three conference tracks: XML Development, Java
       Programming and Web 2.0.

Who:   Jason Hunter, who is probably best known as the author of Java
       Servlet Programming (O'Reilly Media), will be presenting a half-day
       tutorial on XQuery, and six 90-minute classes on Algorithms, Ajax,
       Java, Web Caching, Web Publishing 2.0 and XQuery.

       Ron Hutchens, whose career in the computer industry spans more than
       25 years, will present two 90-minute Java-focused classes to
       intermediate and advanced audiences.

When:  SD West 2007 is being held on March 19 - 23, 2007 at the Santa Clara
       Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.

       For more information and to register for this conference,
About Mark Logic Corporation

Mark Logic Corporation is the provider of the industry's leading XML content server. Mark Logic works with providers of information products to accelerate new product creation, deliver products through multiple channels, integrate content from different sources, repurpose content into multiple products, build custom publishing systems, and mine content to find previously undiscovered information. MarkLogic Server does this by enabling companies to load, query, manipulate, and render XML content using the W3C-standard XQuery language. Designed for high performance and scalability, MarkLogic Server can deliver millisecond response times against multi-terabyte content bases. Mark Logic is privately held and backed by Sequoia Capital and Lehman Brothers. For more information, please visit

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