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XML training, writing DTDs, reading XML Schemas, editing with XMetaL, using XML Authority.

One-day Hands-on Introduction to XML

Feedback for 2001 March 22

After a one-day XML course, students were asked for the best and worst aspects of the course.

Links to feedback for some other recent courses can be found on the training page.

Best Worst
  • It was good.
  • Need more practical part. Or step-by-step example until end. (So it was boring :-) )
  • The explanation of XML & DTDs is much more clear to me now.
  • I like the hands-on approach.
  • Overall, the course was very informative and enoyable.
  • 2nd part of course went a little to quickly but otherwise all was great.
  • Work with DTDs. I would like to have done more of this.
  • Thanks, this was a good course.
  • We spent too much time on the OmniMark part of the talk. Figuring out the nuances of OmniMark took away form learning about XML.
  • Very clear, including everything you need for a successful "Getting Started" on XML.
  • Comprehensible, regardless of the (programming) background of the participant.
  • Too short to allow you to familiarize yourself with all of the new notions and to some practice.
  • Very good training course!
  • Only suggestion: Could you place the example files on a machine that all of us can access?
  • The timeframe for the course isn't big enough to cover "all" the details.
  • Information was really well presented, keeping a good equilibrim between technical and easy to understand.
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  • Good presentation, interesting subject.
  • Too short. Would like to learn more.
  • Charlie is very knowledgebile in materials.
  • It would be better to have workbook to follow along, with syntax/usage.
  • I liked the way you answered all my questions in detail. This helps alot. Keep it that way and we can obtain alot.
  • It was also good to be asked from you which area to cover more!
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  • Hands-on course.
  • No notes. Need to give out slides/notes at beginning of class so notes can be made on the slide copies we have.
  • An excellent instructor. (Knows XML well.)
  • Instructor should have been better prepared. (Better defined objectives of this course.)
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