Developer Course

Peter Murray-Rust peter at
Tue Aug 11 13:57:56 BST 1998

At 11:12 11/08/98 +0100, Nigel Byrnes wrote:
>As an xml newbie, I am looking to ramp up my xml knowledge and
>skills fast. I am aware of the xml developers workshop happening
>in Montreal later this month, but do you guys know of any other
>courses/tutorials which are more focused on
>developing/processing xml content (rather than introducing the
>envelope of what xml is capable of)?

This is an important area. I'd suggest looking at:
	- the tutorials appended (or prepended) to GCA meetings. There are several
parallel sessions normally spread over a two-day period and over a wider
range of material (not just XML)
	- try SGML University (haven't got the URL - try
	- try OASIS - the XML vendor/user association - was SGML Open (again look
on for URL)

Also we in Nottingham are developing XML training and materials. We have
already run a virtual course on Java/XML (see last year and would certainly resurrect
it if there were demand. Since it will be modular we can configure it for
different needs - it would proably be aimed at structured content rather
than intricacies of textual rendering. And we are starting to run real-life
seminars (at present UK) by invitation - see for example...


Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
net connection
VSMS, Virtual Hyperglossary

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