[30 March 2011]
I’m happy to announce that in June, I’ll be offering a two-day hands-on XForms course in San Carlos, California, in facilities generously provided by MarkLogic Corporation (itself a user of XForms technology).
The organization of the material will be substantially the same as in the earlier iterations of the course. And the rationale for XForms, as I understand it, remains as described in an earlier post to this blog; the course is directed to users of XML who want to use XForms to work with XML representations of information.
In case it matters to potential attendees, I’ll point out that the course will occur just before the Digital Humanities 2011 conference down the road in Palo Alto.