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With the W3C XQuery working group gearing up to XQuery 3.0 and a variety of new XQuery products coming to market, we are seeing a growing interest in learning the language fundamentals and use cases, therefore this month we want to propose one of the finest introductory articles on the topic, written by Dr. Michael Kay, the editor of the W3C specification of the XSLT 2.0 language and author of best seller ‘XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference'.Cyber Monday is coming! Stay tuned to the Stylus Studio Facebook Page and Twitter Account to find out how Stylus Studio will make your Cyber Monday amazing.
By: Dr. Michael Kay
This XQuery tutorial is for all those people who really want to know what XQuery is, but don't have the time to find out. We all know the problem: so many new technologies, so little time to research them. To be honest, I hope that you'll take more than ten minutes on this XQuery tutorial — but if you really have to leave that soon, I hope you'll learn something useful anyway.
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