Sal Mangano has been developing software for over 12 years and has worked on many
mission-critical applications, especially in the area of financial-trading applications.
Unlike many XML/XSLT developers, he did not approach the technology from the standpoint
of the Internet and Web development but rather from the broader need for a
general-purpose, data-transformation framework. This experience has given him a unique
perspective that has influenced many of the recipes in his book, the XSLT
Cookbook. Sal has a Master's degree in Computer Science from Polytechnic
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Using XSLT to Assist Regression Testing
In the same problem/solution format you'll find in his book, XSLT
Cookbook, Sal Mangano presents a situation where colleagues wanted a tool to
regression-test code that output XML. Sal explains in this article that all they need
normalize the output XML is a tiny bit of XSLT.