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Norman Walsh Norman Walsh is a Production Tools Specialist at O'Reilly Media's Cambridge office.

Dave Cross Dave Cross is the owner of Magnum Solutions Ltd., a London-based Perl Consultancy, and is also the author of the well-respected Data Munging with Perl.

Erik Siegel Erik Siegel runs Xatapult, a consultancy that offers coaching, training, applications, and more to the publishing world.

Brett McLaughlin Brett McLaughlin had developed enterprise Java applications for Nextel Communications and Allegiance Telecom. When that became fairly mundane, Brett took on application servers. He then got hooked on open source software, and helped found several cool programming tools, like Jakarta turbine and JDOM.

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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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