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XSLT/XQuery training - XSL-FO training - *New* oXygen XML training

Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:58 pm
by gkholman
Crane Softwrights Ltd. is augmenting its training curriculum with new hands-on classes for both oXygen XML Author and oXygen XML Editor. These classes should be available for delivery by May 1, 2011. The syllabi are currently under development, so you have an opportunity to tell us what it is you would want to see in a hands-on class for the oXygen tool-set. Here is the syllabus as it stands today:

Practical Use of oXygen XML: ... uxxsyl.htm
(the page is always being updated with the latest, so by the
time you read this post you may be seeing a completed version;
any completed version is always under review for improvement)

Please send us your comments and suggestions for course content using

These classes join our long-standing materials for XSLT, for XQuery and for XSL-FO, in addition to classes on OASIS UBL and OASIS code list representation:

Practical Transformation Using XSLT, XQuery and XPath (5 days): ... uxqsyl.htm

Practical Transformation Using XQuery and XPath (4 days): ... tuqsyl.htm

Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath (5 days): ... tuxsyl.htm

Practical Formatting Using XSL-FO (3 days): ... fuxsyl.htm

Practical Universal Business Language Deployment (2 days): ... bldsyl.htm

Practical Code List Implementation (1 day): ... clisyl.htm

The complete list of classes is found here:

By way of credentials for me writing and delivering these instructor-led courses, I've been doing this for a long time:
Of note:
- I was on the committee that developed XML from SGML
- I was the founding chairman of the XML Conformance Committee
- I was the founding chairman of the XSLT/XPath Conformance Committee
- I am a co-editor of the OASIS Universal Business Language 2.0 Standard
- I am the current chairman of the OASIS Code List Representation TC

And I have had the privilege to deliver the material many times over the years around the world:

If you have any questions, please contact us at

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken