A modern city set in the countryside. The expansion of Milton Keynes, within a relatively short space of time, has been tremendous. More and more business are moving to Milton Keynes and we have had the privilege of being involved in training them. BP, Network Rail and Marshal Amps are 3 of the many clients that have taken advantage of our flexible training courses.
We can come to you to deliver your Beginners Programming XML Schema Design Training Course. We can provide all the equipment needed including software ready laptops and a projector if you need it.
Or if you want to get away from all of those phone calls and emails you could come to offices that we use at Atterbury Lakes just of junction 14 of the M1
Located in a new business park in parkland setting Atterbury Lakes is situated just off Junction 14 on the M1, and is an ideal central UK location with excellent access to the rest of the UK motorway network. The West Coast main line from London Euston runs through Milton Keynes; approximately 100 trains a day run between Milton Keynes and Euston (40 minutes) and there is a direct service to Gatwick Airport. The centre is highly visible from Childs Way, which is the primary route into Milton Keynes. Just right for your Beginners Programming XML Schema Design Training Course.
We also conduct many other computer training courses in Milton Keynes. So please see if we have what you need.
This training course introduces XML Schemas, the new and preferred way to design and validate XML documents and data. The XML Schemas specification is maintained by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) and achieved full Recommendation status in the spring of 2001. It is a core part of the growing family of XML technologies, and is set to replace the XDR (XML Data Reduced) and various other schema recommendations that had been used while the industry waited for the final recommendation.
Students in this course will learn all the basic components of the XML Schemas recommendation, including its elements, attributes, data types, and facets. They will also learn techniques for XML document and data modeling, an essential aspect of Schema design. The MSXML 4.0 parser is used for document validation. A simple text editor, such as Notepad, is used for editing.
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Price Per Head: £ .
Course Duration: 1 Day.
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