SGML: SGML University Presents "Making XML Work"

SGML University Presents "Making XML Work"

Subject: SGML University Presents "Making XML Work"
Date: 29 Mar 1997 01:06:24 GMT
From: "Brian E. Travis" <>
Newsgroup: comp.text.sgml
---------------------------------------------------------- SGML University Presents "Making XML Work" SGML University is pleased to present "Making XML Work", the first XML course with "hands-on" experience using XML tools. The course will be taught by Tim Bray and Brian Travis. Tim Bray is a member of the committee that created XML, and was a driving force behind its development and implementation. Tim recently chaired the first conference devoted to XML. Brian Travis is the Chancellor of SGML University, President of Information Architects, and co-author of The SGML Implementation Guide. XML101 is an intensive hands-on tutorial using XML tools that will soon be available to the general public. This course will allow you to understand what XML is and get a head start on developing your own XML applications. Course outline: Making XML Work (XML101) Lecture and hands-on workshop Day 1 The philosophy of XML The XML standard itself In depth, with hands-on examples Comparisons of Web-based delivery standards HTML, XML, PDF, SGML, whatever Demonstrations & Case studies Day 2 New additions to the standard The design of an XML processor Writing XML applications Real applications Case studies Hands-on Workshop Writing XML applications Day 3 XML, SGML, and the World Wide Web Real-life considerations Network publishing approach Using XML as an onramp to SGML Hands-on Workshop Writing SGML to XML converters Open session The course will be held in Denver, Colorado on April 28-30. The registration fee is $1,200. Each student will receive 1.8 continuing education units. More information about "Making XML Work" can be found at A complete list of SGML University courses can be found at You can also reach us, toll-free, at 1-888-SGMLU-88 (1-888-746-5888), or by fax: 1-303-699-8331. SGML University,, was founded to meet the training needs of electronic publishing professionals. Our courses are designed to give you the tools you need to keep pace with evolving electronic publishing technologies.