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Sessions at XML Summer School 2011 on Thursday 22nd September

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  • Publishing

    by Tony Graham, Norman Walsh, Henry Thompson, Peter Flynn and Sebastian Rahtz

    Pub­lish­ing faces a com­bin­a­tion of diverse tech­no­lo­gical chal­lenges: main­tain­ing tra­di­tional chan­nels while devel­op­ing new ones; mon­et­ising the lists effect­ively; man­aging Intel­lec­tual Prop­erty without conflict; and simply try­ing to stay ahead of com­pet­it­ors and cus­tom­ers. XML and its part­ner tech­no­lo­gies are at both the core and the lead­ing edge of these developments.

    This course identifies some of the tech­niques and applic­a­tions that can be used. It provides a mix of present­a­tions, case stud­ies, and prac­tical exer­cises to help pub­lish­ers to lever­age more of the intel­lec­tual resources in their domain.

    At 12:00am to 12:00am, Thursday 22nd September

  • Practical Web Applications

    by Paul Downey, Matt Patterson, Norman Walsh and Lauren Wood

    The lines between web sites and web applic­a­tions are blurred. Out­side of the more clas­sical pub­lish­ing scen­arios (which are dis­cussed in a dif­fer­ent course), how do you take your XML data and put it on the web, tak­ing advant­age of mod­ern inform­a­tion archi­tec­ture prin­ciples and the cap­ab­il­it­ies of mod­ern browsers?

    Dur­ing this two-day course you’ll learn about inform­a­tion archi­tec­ture prin­ciples such as REST-based sys­tems and iden­tity and secur­ity con­sid­er­a­tions, as well as a good set of tech­no­lo­gies to use and how to use them, includ­ing CSS, HTML5, JavaS­cript, and advanced tech­no­lo­gies such as OAuth. You’ll come away from the course with an appre­ci­ation of the prin­ciples, and hands-on exper­i­ence of some of the tech­no­lo­gies that you can use immediately.

    At 9:00am to 5:00pm, Thursday 22nd September