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From: Peter Flynn <peter.n...@m.silmaril.ie>
Subject: XML Summer School, Oxford 16th-21st September 2012
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The XML Summer School runs again this year at St Edmund Hall, Oxford
from Sunday 16th to Friday 21st September. As always, it's packed with
high quality technical XML training and debate for every level of
expertise, from the Hands-on Introduction through to special classes
devoted to XSLT and XQuery, Semantic Technologies, Practical Web
Applications, and Publishing.
Or if you think you already know everything about XML, check out the
Trends and Transients day for the latest on what's hot, and what's
The Summer School is also a rare opportunity to experience what life
is like as a student in one of the world's oldest university cities.
Classes are taught by some of the most renowned XML experts, including
Debbie Lapeyre, Jeni Tennison, Priscilla Walmsley, Andy Seaborne, Norm
Walsh and Bob DuCharme.
To find out more and to register your place on the XML Summer School
please visit www.xmlsummerschool.com
There are flyers to pin up on your noticeboard for your colleagues:
See you there!