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I have been studying XML for the past two years. My problem is that while I can produce well-formed XML documents, I have been unable to move to using them in applications. On the other hand I can navigate and tag in XML comfortably.
I am looking for workshops this summer that might help me move from simple production to actual use, although I would also take on a summer internship if a company wanted to teach me that in exchange for my expertise in other areas. I am a master of evaluating quality of writing, code, and metadata in digital documents.
David E. Hailey, Jr., Ph.D.
Professional and Technical Communication
Utah State University
david -dot- hailey -at- usu -dot- edu
1 435 797 2741
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