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Peter Flynn (25/02/2018, 00h29)
The 2018 XML Summer School takes place at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, the
week of 9–14 September. For details see

You can attend for individual days, or go for the whole week of XML.
There are classes at all levels, starting with a primer and hands-on
intro, and including XSLT, XQuery, Publishing Techniques, and Linked
Data, with another hands-on class on Digital Publishing, as well as
the "Trends and Transients" day, a technological and social update.

There is an early bird discount for registering before June 30. Full
registrations include the XML Debate at the Oxford Union (xmldebate.org)

The XML Summer School is a unique event for everyone using, designing or
implementing solutions using XML and related technologies. The
philosophy guiding the school is to help delegates learn at the boundary
of proven technology from recognised experts teaching proven techniques
which help ensure that delegates can use what they learn when they get
back to the workplace.

///Peter
Peter Flynn (29/06/2018, 23h38)
A reminder that the 2018 XML Summer School takes place at St Edmund
Hall, Oxford, the week of 9–14 September. This is a unique event for
everyone using, designing or implementing solutions using XML and
related technologies. For details see

You can attend for individual days, or go for the whole week of XML.
There are classes at all levels, starting with a primer and hands-on
intro, and including XSLT, XQuery, Publishing Techniques, and Linked
Data, with another hands-on class on Digital Publishing, as well as
the "Trends and Transients" day, a technological and social update.

This year, full registrations include the 2018 XML Debate at the Oxford
Union (xmldebate.org) where the motion will be "This house believes that
open technology and standards have widened social injustice."

///Peter
Peter Flynn (30/08/2018, 21h12)
On 29/06/18 22:38, Peter Flynn wrote:
Last call for the shore.

The 2018 XML Summer School takes place at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, the
week of 9–14 September. This is a unique event for everyone using,
designing or implementing solutions using XML and related technologies.
For details see

You can attend for individual days, or go for the whole week of XML.
There are classes at all levels, starting with a primer and hands-on
intro, and including XSLT, XQuery, Publishing Techniques, and Linked
Data, with another hands-on class on Digital Publishing, as well as
the "Trends and Transients" day, a technological and social update.

This year, full registrations include the 2018 XML Debate at the Oxford
Union (xmldebate.org) where the motion will be "This house believes that
open technology and standards have widened social injustice."

///Peter
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