Jonathan Robie - Software AG
Jonathan Robie is an XML Research Specialist at Software AG. He is an editor of XQuery, the W3C XML Query Language, and also an editor of the W3C XML Query Requirements, Use Cases, and Data Model. He was also a co-author of two earlier XML query languages: Quilt, a precursor of XQuery, and XQL, a precursor of XPath. In addition to his work on XML query languages, he is a member of the W3C XML Schema Working Group, where he is an editor of the Schema Formalization document, and was an editor of the W3C Document Object Model for both Level 1 and Level 2.
Mr. Robie has been on the architectural team for XML databases or repositories at three different companies - Software AG, Texcel Research, and POET Software. He has been a regular speaker at SGML and XML conferences since 1996, and a regular speaker at object oriented developer's conferences from 1991 to 1995.
Prior to his work with XML, Mr. Robie was an object database specialist at POET Software, where he implemented transactions in the kernel, designed and presented workshops on object database programming, and provided key-customer support.
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