April 10, 2006

Marklogic’s experiences — from the warhorse’s mouth!

Another subject I meant to blog about is what all I’ve learned from Mark Logic about customer uses for XML.

Well, I have a great workaround for that one. Mark Logic CEO Dave Kellogg has revved up what I think is the most interesting vendor-exec blog I’ve seen. So if you’re interested in search/publishing-style uses for native XML, I strongly encourage you to go browse his blog. (And he writes about a lot of other interesting stuff as well.)


One Response to “Marklogic’s experiences — from the warhorse’s mouth!”

  1. Text Technologies»Blog Archive » Introduction to ClearForest on July 23rd, 2006 7:05 am

    […] In short, ClearForest specializes in highly accurate fact extraction, principally as an input to text mining. But if I understood correctly, their top market right now isn’t text mining at all; rather, it’s custom publishing, often in partnership with Marklogic*. That makes sense; after all, an extracted “fact” is most valuable if you have access to the context in which it was originally asserted. […]

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