We still have a few seats available for trainers experienced in web application
development. If you have been teaching or using XML for the past year, please
read the information below and consider this Tprep. If you, or anyone your know,
fit the profile described below, please have them contact me at
Data Access & Management
Content Development and Deployment Group
41\1673 phone: (425) 707-5288
Exchanging and Transforming Data Using XML and XSLT T-prep
March 12-16, 2001
This 5-day workshop is recommended for trainers that have a moderate degree of
web development experience. At course completion, trainers will have gained
comprehensive preparation for course 1913. Attend this t-prep in USA, Europe, or
Prerequisites: Trainers interested in teaching this course should have a moderate
degree of Web development experience using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
and the Extensible Markup Language (XML). They should also have a moderate degree
or Microsoft Visual Basic? Scripting Edition (VBScript) as well as prior
experience using COM objects, Active Server (ASP) pages, and either Visual Basic
or Microsoft Visual C++?
Location: USA at the Microsoft Campus, Redmond, Washington. Trainer - Tom Cryar.
Europe at the Center for Advanced Technology Training, Dublin, Ireland. Trainer -
Australia and Southeast Asia, you can attend at AccordIT Solutions, Canberra,
AST, Australia. Trainer - Russell Darroch
Registration details: For information and registration about the offering in
by phone at +353 1 216 2807. For the offering in Canberra, contact Kelly Knights
at +61 2 6282 9841.
Cost: Tuition for the offerings is $1375 .00USD. (Does not include price of the
Course Objectives: After completing this course, students will be able to define
XML Path Language (XPath) expressions to locate and filter the content of an XML
document; define XSLT style sheets to transform XML documents at the Web browser
and Web server; create and change XML structure by using XSLT; use XSLT to merge
different XML documents and generate cross-references between them; and create a
Visual Basic application that uses the Simple API for XML (SAX) to access large
Course dates are subject to change.