Michael Day is the founder of YesLogic Pty Ltd and the architect of YesLogic Prince,
the world's leading XML + CSS print formatter. Michael specialises in XML technologies
and declarative programming and is an invited expert to the W3C CSS Working Group.
Michael holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Melbourne.
Articles by this author
Which XML Technologies Are Beautiful?
Michael Day asks an interesting question: which XML technologies are beautiful
and why? He answers with some candidates. Which XML technologies do you think are
What Does XML Smell Like?
Michael Day presents some heuristics for sniffing out the difference between
arbitrary XML and HTML documents on the Web.
XML Namespaces Don't Need URIs
Mike Day argues that using URIs to identify XML namespaces was a terrible mistake
that's caused far more trouble than it's worth.
Printing XML: Why CSS Is Better than XSL
One of the old school debates among XML developers is "CSS versus XSLT."
Haringkun Wium Lie and Michael Day revive that debate with a shot across XSL's