Introduction to XML (8 classroom hours)
Course Description: XML has become the lingua franca for data exchange. XML is used universally by both Open-Source, Java and Microsoft technologies. Participants will learn the structure of an XML document and XML related technologies allows all participants on a team the ability to communicate effectively using common terminology.
Target Audience: Project managers, business analysts, testing and quality assurance, software developers, web site designers and web content managers. This class is also appropriate for programmers that have not had exposure to XML or would like a refresher in XML technologies.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of how to use a Microsoft Windows computer including mouse and keyboard skills are essential for the successful completion of the labs. Knowledge of computer systems operation, databases and data structures and data types is also helpful.
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Length: 8 hours depending on participant background and options used
Cost: A single-day class is $2,995 including presentation handouts for 10 students. Add $95 for each additional student above 10. Customization work is performed at $150.00/hr. This price does not include lodging, transportation or classroom setup time.
Classroom setup: This learning rate of class participants can be enhanced if the classroom is equipped with computers that have XML software installed. Options include using Altova's XMLSpy and Eclipse 3.0. Please contact us for detailed specifications.