X Files… ATA56

01My favourite conference by far is the ATA… and not just because the location changes every year and it’s always somewhere fantastic!  This year was in Miami and the location was no exception… a great choice and huge numbers of translators interested in translation technology and how they can get more from it.  My own involvement at these conferences is always very satisfying because I get to spend the full conference speaking to people, from the moment the doors open until they close, about technology.  This year kept me particularly busy with two pre-conference sessions, mostly on Studio and MultiTerm; the “Toolbar” which is open all conference and is an area manned by technical representatives from all the tools vendors present; and a conference presentation I’ve wanted to deliver for a long time.  This article is about that presentation, “XML, XPath, XSLT… the ‘X’ Files?”

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