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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 October 3

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
  • Very informative and easy to follow.
  • More hands-on.
  • Interesting.
  • Good to have hands-on experience working with XML itself.
  • Would have wanted more hands-on experience working with XML documents.
  • Interactivity with class kept information flowing.
  • Good base level knowledge of XML.
  • Maybe a little more on delivery to HTML or web app.
  • Good instruction - it potentially is a confusing topic for people new to XML and you covered it well and people (including myself) have a good enough understanding as to not be intimidated by it.
  • (Drawing a blank.)
  • I enjoyed it very much. ?????, good analogies.
  • Good working environment.
  • Easy to follow instructions.
  • Instructor came down to our level.
  • Nice to have hands-on - try something.
  • XML is easier to understand now.
  • A little too complicated and confusing during first part of afternoon session.
  • I believe I have learned a good working vocabulary: elements, elements nest, text, atrributes, entities. I understand these basics and I will be able to take them forward into work conditions.
  • That last 20 minutes before the afternoon break was tricky.
  • Provide a basic understanding of XML.
  • It will be challenging for me to write XML coding.
  • Overall, a very interesting and well presented course. Thanks.
  • Instructor is very logical and enthusiastic which makes learning enjoyable.
  • XML and anything realted to new technical requirement, although not instructor's fault.