Philip Fennell

Philip Fennell

Living and working in Southern England, Philip Fennell is a Mark Logic Consultant who is never happier than when he's slaving over a pot of hot XSLT, although now he's loving his XQuery too. Originally trained in the printing industry, he worked as an applications specialist, GUI designer and technical author before finding a happy home specializing in XML and its related technologies. Since turning web developer in 2000 he has had the opportunity to work in the domains of Content Management, Publishing, Document Processing and the Semantic Web. He looks forward to the day when declarative programming rules the web.

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Are we losing the Declarative Web?

March 31 2009

I saw something the other day that I was both intrigued and bothered by in equal measure. 'Mozilla and the Khronos Group Announce Initiative to Bring Accelerated 3D to the Web'. Apparently, the working group will look at exposing OpenGL capabilities within ECMAScript. The intriguing part is that, as a… read more

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