Paul Kiel is President of XmlHelpline.com (http://www.xmlhelpline.com), a
consulting firm specializing in Xml, Xslt, web services, and data integration. He
previously held a position as Chief Architect of the HR-XML Consortium and has worked
with Xml technology since 1997. Kiel was originally trained as a librarian and archivist
and often indulges his other passion of collecting historical documentaries.
Five years after XML Schema's release, it has matured into a key XML technology,
despite its warts and arguably superior competitors. But how are people actually using
Paul Kiel's article this week answers that question.