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Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates repeated the company's pledge to use XML as the key ingredient to make software more interoperable.

In an executive letter, Gates emphasized Microsoft's pledge to write applications that require less customization, testing and certification, a task some experts see as sort of a holy grail in programming. This leads to complexity that challenges large companies like Microsoft and thwarts vendors with fewer resources.

One of the ways to help this feat is Extensible Markup Language or XML.

As a self-describing language, XML is widely-recognized as the de facto language for programming Web services. This distributed computing method involves making different applications communicate to let business users execute transactions such as purchase orders.

( Feb 7, 2005 )