XML Summer School 2007, 22nd – 27th July, Wadham College, University of Oxford

The XML Summer School is a unique event for everyone in charge of using, designing or implementing XML-based and related technology solutions.

Hosted by CSW Group, the innovative curriculum is split into three main tracks. The Introductory Track is perfect for newcomers or as a refresher course before moving onto more advanced seminars. The Technical Track is aimed at a more technical audience and gives detailed insight into specific technical topics, and the Applications Track offers excellent industry-focused application of XML for delegates of all levels. The topics for 2007 include:

  • Introductory Track

    • Hands on Introduction to XML (includes XML Primer)
    • Teach Yourself Ontology Management
  • Technical Track

    • Content and Knowledge with XML
    • Trends and Transients in XML
    • XSLT, XSL-FO and XQuery
  • Applications Track

    • Building XML Applications
    • XML in Healthcare
    • Web Services and Identity

The XML Summer School goes beyond that of a traditional XML training course. The seminar fees include accommodation, meals and refreshments, and evening excursions. You can select to attend individual seminars or book in for the five-day residential course. This year, XML Summer School speakers include Norman Walsh (Sun Microsystems, W3C, OASIS), Dan Connolly (MIT, W3C), Jeff Barr (Amazon Web Services) and Bob DuCharme (Innodata Isogen).

Visit the website to see full descriptions of all nine seminars for 2007 – and to enter our competition to win a full delegate place!


For any queries regarding the XML Summer School 2007, please email Rose Barnard at summer.school@csw.co.uk or phone on 01865 337400.