XML in 60 Minutes a Day by P-Wiley

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									XML in 60 Minutes a Day
XML in 60 Minutes a Day
Gearhead Press

Author: Linda McKinnon
Author: Al McKinnon



Edition: 1
Description

XML is now ubiquitous, not just in Web development, but as the underpinning of interactive Web services:
applications that really do run on any platformIncludes twenty-four one-hour lessons that recreate a
typical week-long introductory seminarProvides readers with a sound, fundamental understanding of XML
and how it changes application developmentExplains how to use XML when dealing with transforms,
schemas, and other Web services requirementsThe authors teach courses for IBM CanadaCompanion
Web site features an online presentation by the authors that follows along with each chapter and includes
an audio-only option for readers with dial-up Internet connection
Author Bio
Linda McKinnon
LINDA MCKINNON has worked for more than eighteen years in computing science and information
technology. She has performed increasingly advanced work on large corporate computer systems across
various platforms and has over thirteen years of experience designing and providing training for thousands
of students, both domestically and internationally.<br> <br>AL MCKINNON is an engineer, technical
author, and trainer who assists clients in the areas of network design, installation, and auditing. He has
been a contributing author to national standards and has written manuals, specifications, provincial
policies, procedures, regulations, legislation, magazine articles, and editorials.<br>


Al McKinnon
LINDA MCKINNON has worked for more than eighteen years in computing science and information
technology. She has performed increasingly advanced work on large corporate computer systems across
various platforms and has over thirteen years of experience designing and providing training for thousands
of students, both domestically and internationally.<br> <br>AL MCKINNON is an engineer, technical
author, and trainer who assists clients in the areas of network design, installation, and auditing. He has
been a contributing author to national standards and has written manuals, specifications, provincial
policies, procedures, regulations, legislation, magazine articles, and editorials.<br>


								
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