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Adam Retter Adam Retter is one of the core developers of eXist-db and has been using and contributing to eXist since 2005. Passionate about the Web, Code Quality, Standards and Portable Code, Adam has been promoting XQuery as a Web Application development language for the last few years. Adam is a member of the…

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Website Architecture and Design with XML Website Architecture and Design with XML – Take your web design skills to the next level with XML, and learn how to use the content behind the site to drive the information, navigation, and design of a full-featured website. In this free online course, you'll build a professional website from the ground up by focusing on back-end structure and information to create brilliant front-end design and functionality. Over the period of ten weeks, you'll discover how to architect your content once for use in multiple formats and venues: the Web, desktop, mobile devices, and PDF. Register now.

O'Reilly School of Tech Introduction to XML — In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of XML for use with XML-enabled applications or general web use. This course is an introduction to XML that prepares students with a foundation in one of the key elements of web programming. Upon completion of the course, students will earn 4 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) and a CEU letter from the University of Illinois Office of Continuing Education. Enroll now.

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What every Java developer needs to know about Java 9


September 18, 2014

Java 8 may only have been released a few months ago, but Oracle has already announced the first set of features that will be targeted for Java 9. On August 11th, Mark Reinhold, a Chief Architect for Java, made available …

Shrinking and stretching the boundaries of markup

By Simon St. Laurent
August 14, 2012

It’s easy to forget that XML started out as a simplification process, trimming SGML into a more manageable and more parseable specification. Once XML reached a broad audience, of course, new specifications piled on top of it to create an …

Applying markup to complexity

By Simon St. Laurent
August 9, 2012

When XML exploded onto the scene, it ignited visions of magical communications, simplified document storage, and a whole new wave of application capabilities. Reality has proved calmer, with competition from JSON and other formats tackling a wide variety of problems, …

XML's Dialect Problem - Diversity is not the problem; it is the requirement

By Rick Jelliffe
March 17, 2012

XML standards and technologies do not provide an adequate layer for coping with dialects.

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