San Francisco
San Francisco, California

XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a flexible, text-based
language that allows you to use custom tags to structure data so
that it can be exchanged with other programs and people,
regardless of the programming language or operating system
they're using. Although it is not a programming language itself,
XML is increasingly used with programming languages and
databases in e-commerce, websites, content management
applications, and more.

Our XML training series will familiarize you with the most
important features of the language, so you will be comfortable
creating your own tags and reading XML files. You will learn
practical applications of XML, beginning with an address book and
recipe collection. The XML training in San Francisco will
cover how to:

* Write XML that is syntactically and logically
correct (well-formed)
* Establish document type definitions (DTDs) that establish
rules for what is considered a valid XML file
* Use the most modern set of rules (XML Schemas) to set up
the structure of complicated XML files
* write CSS files that add color, positioning, and other
formatting styles to your raw XML
* Differentiate the same tags when used by different
industries (XML namespaces)
* Link data using XLink, the XML linking language
* Choose between various XML APIs such as DOM and SAX
* Work with data binding frameworks

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Added by Upcoming Robot on April 15, 2011