XML Programming Bible

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Wiley, Sep 26, 2003 - Computers - 945 pages
  • Covers all the most recent XML core and related specifications including XML 1.1, J2EE 1.4, Microsoft .NET's latest iteration, as well as open source XML items from the Apache project.
  • Strong coverage of XML use with databases, transactions, and XML security.
  • Discusses both Microsoft (.NET) and Sun (Java) programming integration with XML, an approach not taken in any other book.
  • Presents extensive business examples, including several major applications developed throughout the book.
  • No previous exposure to XML is assumed.

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About the author (2003)

Brian Benz is CEO of Benz Technologies, an IBM Business Partner that specializes in building software applications using the unique strengths of the Internet, Domino and XML. In addition to hands-on experience building XML applications since 1998 and Web Service applications since 1999, Brian is a frequent presenter and industry conferences including Advisor DevCons and VIEW seminars, and writes articles for Lotus Advisor, e-Pro magazine and others, as well as contributing to the popular IBM Redbook XML: Powered by Domino.

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