SYS-CON Publications Announces XML-Journal

Posted on October 8, 1999

SYS-CON Publications, Inc., has announced the debut of its print magazine devoted to XML technology. Published bimonthly by SYS-CON Publications, XML-Journal will provide technical information and instruction in XML-based application development. The journal will also feature interviews with industry leaders and experts in the XML, Web and e-commerce development communities, as well as reviews of software add-ons and plug-ins, companion tools, and analyses of successful deployments of XML-based applications.

The premier issue of XML-Journal will be available on newsstands and mailed to subscribers in December. Subscribers to XML-Journal will receive SYS-CON's "Collector's Edition XML Focus Issue" free of charge as part of their subscription.

"As XML continues to become a major force in the world of distributed Web-based application development, XML-Journal is poised to become the premier publication to help developers maximize their productivity and realize the full benefits of XML to design, build and test Web applications across multiple platforms," said Ajit Sagar, founding editor of XML-Journal. "In XML-Journal we will cover all aspects of XML, good and bad. Our writers, who are experienced in various facets of the computing industry, will bring you the best coverage on this topic."

Published bimonthly by SYS-CON Publications, XML-Journal is scheduled to have an initial circulation of approximately 30,000 copies. The publication will be distributed worldwide by Curtis Circulation Company. XML-Journal will be available by subscription, on newsstands, and through distributors and resellers. Pricing and subscription rates are: - U.S. cover price - $4.99 - U.S. subscription price - $39.99 - Canada/Mexico subscription price - $49.99 - All other countries - $59.99.

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