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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Acknowledgments

I can say it now: Several times I was about to start an XML book project, but then for one reason or another the project never took off. So I’d like to start by saying thanks to the people who believed in a fairly confused book idea and worked to make it happen. These people are Anne Hamilton and Jeannine Gailey. (By the way, all the best, Jeannine!)

Lynn Finnel brought the usual fundamental contribution as project editor. As Lynn originally described her role in the first e-mail we exchanged, being an editor is a delicate art, as you have to reconcile the needs of many people while meeting your own deadlines. Thanks again, Lynn.

And a warm thanks goes to Jennifer Harris, who edited the book, and technical reviewers Marc Young, ...

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