Lauren Wood posted this note about the relaunch of XML.com recently:
I’ve relaunched XML.com (for some background, Tim Bray wrote an article here: https://www.xml.com/articles/2017/01/01/xmlcom-redux/). I’m hoping it will become part of the community again, somewhere for people to post their news (submit your news here: https://www.xml.com/news/submit-news-item/) and articles (see the guidelines at https://www.xml.com/about/contribute/). I added a job board to the site as well (if you’re in Berlin, Germany, or able to
move there, look at the job currently posted; thanks LambdaWerk!); if your employer might want to post XML-related jobs please email me.
The old content should mostly be available but some articles were previously available at two (or more) locations and may now only be at one; try the archive list (https://www.xml.com/pub/a/archive/) if you’re looking for something. Please let me know if something major is missing from the archives.
XML is used in a lot of areas, and there is a wealth of knowledge in this community. If you’d like to write an article, send me your ideas. If you have comments on the site, let me know that as well.
Just in time as President Trump is about to stir, vigorously, that big pot of crazy known as federal data.
Mapping, processing, transformation demands will grow at an exponential rate.
Notice the emphasis on demand.
Taking a two weeks to write custom software to sort files (you know the Weiner/Abedin laptop story, yes?) won’t be acceptable quite soon.
How are your on-demand XML chops?