The XML Summer School brings renowned experts in XML to Oxford, giving delegates the chance to learn what they need to know about this and related technologies in an Oxford college atmosphere. The innovative curriculum combines formal lectures, practical hands-on exercises, interactive tutorials and panel discussions.
The XML Summer School 2009 will be held at St Edmund Hall, the sole survivor of the medieval Halls that provided undergraduates
with accommodation and tuition before the Colleges began to do so. Take this chance to learn practical XML in a relaxed atmosphere, discuss technical issues over a beer in the college bar, or find out from one of our expert speakers how to solve that ticklish problem while visiting the pubs that J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S Lewis frequented.
and Conditions: Organised by Eleven Informatics LLP.
Substitutions may be made at any time. Cancellations made prior to
1st September 2009 will incur a £50 administration fee. After this
date no refunds will be made and registered delegates who do not
attend will be liable for the full fee, although credit may be given
on future courses, at the discretion of the Organiser. The Organiser
reserves the right to make any changes in the programme that prove
necessary. In the unlikely event of the cancellation of the XML
Summer School, the Organiser will refund all registration fees, but
is not responsible for any other related costs incurred by delegates.
Eleven Informatics is a commitment-driven informatics consultancy, working with forward-looking clients who understand the value that information technology can bring to their operations. For more information on Eleven Informatics, see www.elevenllp.com