Alan Kotok
Publications, 2005

Magazine and Web site articles

Next Wave’s Best of 2005
Science Careers, 30 December 2005.
Science Careers' editors selected an array of fascinating personal stories, invaluable career-building tools, and unvarnished perspectives on opportunities for scientists as their choices for the best articles of 2005.

A Little XML Goes a Long Way
Web Services Summit, 27 July 2005
This case study explains the benefits of XML for publishing a weekly publication with international editions.

Freelancer's Business Start-Up Kit
Science Careers, 20 May 2005.
Going into business as a freelance writer means that you need to market your services, keep your finances in order, collect on invoices, and pay your bills just like any other business. This article offers a few tips to get your business off to a good start.

Careers in National Cyber Security - The Good Guys Against the Darknet
Science Careers, 11 March 2005.
Scientists and engineers interested in a career in national cyber-security -- protection of the nation's information infrastructure -- will find plenty of opportunities, complete with funding.

Is Web services truly a reality or not?
WebServices.Org, 26 January 2005.
Alan Kotok interviews Jean Paoli, a senior director of XML architecture at Microsoft Corporation and one of the co-creators of the XML 1.0 standard with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

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