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The XML Summer School 2007

A unique event for everyone using, designing or implementing XML and related technologies.


A unique event for everyone using, designing or implementing XML and related technologies. The innovative curriculum caters for all levels and is split into three main tracks: ‘Hands-on Introduction’, ‘Technical’ and ‘Applications’. The world-renowned speakers will explore the latest trends in these technologies and illustrate how they can be applied in specific industry settings. Choose between the five-day residential course or select to attend individual tracks. Visit the website to build your own programme and for the chance to win a free delegate place.


Speaker(s):

John Chelsom | talks
Jeff Barr | talks
Rich Salz | talks
Lauren Wood | talks
Paul Madsen | talks
Tony Coates | talks
Bob DuCharme | talks
John Kemp | talks
Norman Walsh | talks
Steve Harris | talks
Deborah Lapeyre | talks
Piero Tintori | talks
Dan Connolly | talks
Jeni Tennison | talks
Priscilla Walmsley | talks
Ron Summers | talks
Paul Madsen | talks
Eve Maler | talks
Marc Hadley | talks
Paul Downey | talks

 

Date and Time:

22 July 2007 at 9:00 am

Duration:

TBC

 

Venue:

Wadham College
University of Oxford
Oxford
OX1 3PN

http://www.xmlsummerschool.com
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Organised by:

CSW Group Ltd
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Tickets:

Varies

Available from:

http://www.xmlsummerschool.com

Additional Information:

Ends 27th July 2007

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