Ian Forrester

Ian Forrester heads up the BBC’s Backstage, a developer/designer network like no other. He’s well known for geek social events across the capital including London Geekdinners, BarCampLondon and recently the BBC Backstage London Christmas Bash. He’s currently master minding plans BarCampLondon2, a series of backstage social events across the UK and something very special. Somehow, Ian finds time to blog at cubicgarden.com and think about user generated and xml pipelines at his new blog called flow *.

  1. Making XML Beautiful Again: Introducing Client-Side XSL

    Ian Forrester

    Ian Forrester gives an introduction to using XML’s forgotten child, XSL, as a client-side transformation language. Like a warming wooly scarf against the biting winter wind, Ian shows how XSL can be used to take the edge of even the ugliest XML documents to make them beautiful again. Thou shalt find the winter’s rage freeze thy blood less coldly.

    Impress your friends with ‘Making XML Beautiful Again: Introducing Client-Side XSL’