The Extensible Markup Language (XML), a subset of SGML, was originally formed to enable generic SGML to be served, received and processed on the web (as HTML). XML is the natural choice for B2B connectivity. It allows an easy and accurate data storage as well as B2B interaction between systems developed in different software programming languages, such as Java, C#, PHP and others.

This course overviews XML as well as its related XML languages as the XML Schema Definition language (XSD), the Data Types Definition language (DTD) and the Xtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL).

Whether you are a .NET or a Java EE developer, you probably already have some experience working with XML. Taking this course you can get a clear in-depth understanding of the XML standards as well as its various related languages such as DTD, XSL-FO and others.

The length of this course is 24 hours. I am going to lecture this course next week on October 20th, 21th and 22th. For more info please contact Sharon Seri at

The detailed syllabus can be found at

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