XML in the computing Curriculum

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Draganova, Chrisina 2006. XML in the computing Curriculum.
AuthorsDraganova, Chrisina
TypeConference paper
Abstract

XML in the Computing Curriculum: XML (Extensible Markup Language) provides a way of structuring and describing data in a simple text format understandable for human beings and in the same way easily interpretable by computer programs. It is widely used in industry and it forms a fundamental standard for a number of emerging technologies, including Web Services, RDF (Resource Description Framework), RSS (Really Simple Syndication), as well as derivatives languages such as WML (Wireless Markup Language) and XHTML (Extensible HTML). This paper describes the experience of teaching XML at our department and the approach of embedding XML topics in already existing courses. It also points out the underpinning theoretical concepts related to XML

KeywordsXML; Computing Curriculum
Year2006
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Deposited23 Feb 2010
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/616
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Draganova, C. (2006), ‘XML in the computing Curriculum’, In: Proceedings of Computer Science Education Conference, Veliko Turnovo University, Bulgaria, pp 393 – 398.

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