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XSLT

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edd
jtauber
supakoo
jancona
vitaliyf
ndw
Uche
reinout
rragan
zeroaltitude
pydanny
bittercoder
zellyn
ntoll
jefftriplett
thraxil
sceptreofjudah
jamesotron
bmaxwell
liza
kan
BitWise
jjames
shiny
stephen_mcd
mpirnat
westonruter
bg4
Cema
joemcmahon
jcarbaugh
lambacck
larry
JamieXML
natevw
smalltobi
NX172
mathias
PaulM
karlstolley
bkokash
Sitwon
tmcw
jorjun
CerealBoy
brutasse
Sitwonade
cpharmston
undoingemptyvoid
Kanru
MechanisM
chris
edd - 21 years
jtauber - 6 years
supakoo - 21 years
jancona - 8 years
vitaliyf - 5 years
ndw - 20 years
Uche - 19 years
reinout - 6 years
rragan - 18 years
zeroaltitude - 4 years
pydanny - 3 years
bittercoder - 18 years
zellyn - 7 years
ntoll - 2 years
jefftriplett - 16 years
thraxil - 16 years
sceptreofjudah - 16 years
jamesotron - 5 years
bmaxwell - 15 years
liza - 15 years
kan - 15 years
BitWise - 15 years
jjames - 3 years
shiny - 15 years
stephen_mcd - 3 years
mpirnat - 1 years
westonruter - 14 years
bg4 - 14 years
Cema - 14 years
joemcmahon - 1 years
jcarbaugh - 3 years
lambacck - 13 years
larry - 13 years
JamieXML - 13 years
natevw - 12 years
smalltobi - 12 years
NX172 - 12 years
mathias - 3 years
PaulM - 11 years
karlstolley - 11 years
bkokash - 10 years
Sitwon - 10 years
tmcw - 10 years
jorjun - 1 years
CerealBoy - 10 years
brutasse - 10 years
Sitwonade - 10 years
cpharmston - 1 years
undoingemptyvoid - 8 years
Kanru - 8 years
MechanisM - 7 years
chris - 2 years
1997–2002
1997–
XML freak, what more can I say
1997–
I can still remember some pre-spec version that only 'worked' in IE (4?).
1998–2002
Have not touched this in so long.. though still have some things running using it.
1998–2005
I was an XML early adopter and did a lot of XSLT at one point. Not so much lately, but I wouldn't be surprised to see another use pop up some time.
1998–
1999–2004
1999–
Also implemented XSLT several times over
2000–2003
Dear heaven above, please let me never have to write anything in XSLT ever again.
2000–
2000–
Don't use it often - but do tend to use XSLT at least once per year for something. First learnt it while working with an XSLT based CMS system when working at Terabyte Interactive. Hate the signal to noise ration of XSLT compared to other templating/transformation languages.
2000–2002
I'm not a fan of XSLT. Not at all.
2001–2007
(on and off) Ugh.
2002–
I took an XSLT book on my honeymoon so I could do some *lite* reading.
2002–2003
Spent a lot of time working with XSLT during MSc. Never used it since.
2002–2006
I had an intense but furtive affair with XSLT. In the end she dumped me for HTML5. Bitch.
2002–
2002–
2003–2005
Yo Dawg, we heard you liked markup...
2003–
2003–
misguided attempt to turn webpages into wml.
2003–2005
I remember building my resume from an XML schema originally included with Gentoo documentation and a custom XSLT. That's when I knew I'd really made something of myself.
2003–
2003–
2003
2003–
Possibly the best tool for turning XML into err... more XML.
2004–
First learned for a Syntax Tree Drawer project: an XSLT would translate an input into a structured SVG file.
2004–
Always need to use this once enough time has passed for me to forget it.
2004–
They could just have used a lisp dialect. But no.
2004
Had some XML that needed tweaking, and this was the simplest way to do it.
2004–2006
Lots of XML translation work for the government.
2005–
Street cred required that I pick it up, at least marginally. I wonder why people are whining about "I hope I have an end date" on this one.
2005–
2005–
2006–
Love/hate this "language". Getting sick of its verbosity and XML-ity. (That's redundant, eh?)
2006–
Used it extensively in my Diploma thesis and also later on for small XML conversion scripts. I love it!
2006–
2007–2009
Here’s hoping I won’t ever need to change this end date
2007–
2007–
2008–
2008–
<3
2008
I think this was when XML jumped the shark.
2008–
2008–
2008–
Ken Holman's class opened my eyes to the world of declarative programming. My whole world view changed. The week I spent in Texas learning XSLT is when I became a REAL programmer.
2008–
Ken Holman's class opened my eyes to the world of declarative programming. My whole world view changed. The week I spent in Texas learning XSLT is when I became a REAL programmer.
2009
Hopefully the end year sticks.
2010–
Once learned a little, but now really need it. Started playing around with some examples but mostly using it to learn it. It is powerful, and I think it could help. TBD.
2010–
2011–
2012–2013
Shame on me

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