New Northern Light XML site is one-stop resource for experts, beginners

Cambridge, MA  August 15, 2001  It's clear now; XML is here to stay. Whether you don't know what it stands for or you are creating yet another dialect for it, the need for educational resources for eXtensible Markup Language users is great. Therefore, in an attempt to offer a one-stop shop for such information, Northern Light Technology Inc. has announced Northern Light Special Edition, a micro-site of comprehensive XML resources.

This Northern Light Special Edition demonstrates the important role XML is playing in business, finance and government. With resources for Web developers and designers ranging from standards, tutorials and style sheets to XML news and community sites, the XML Special Edition is a good site for anyone who needs to understand or deploy this important standard. The XML Special Edition has over 80 editorially-selected links to Web sites about XML, XML technology suppliers and articles on XML, and features more than 25 Live Queries for finding the latest information on XML topics.

David Seuss, CEO of Northern Light, said, "By providing standardized computer-to-computer data exchange, XML offers each market and industry the opportunity to develop its own open interfaces placing the Web at the center of all communications between businesses and their customers, suppliers and partners. Combining our editorial capabilities with Northern Light's extensive database of both Web and non-Web content, Northern Light hopes to help our corporate and individual users understand this important new technology."

To check out Northern Light's Special Edition site, go to http://special.northernlight.com/xml