OT: my curious students wonder about demand for XSL, X
Hi all I'm teaching an HTML/web programming class at a local tech college. The question of demand came up in a class. I told them that XML-related skills, as a cutting edge technology, tended to be picked up on the job as needed. I also said that as the technology matured, things would be changing as more employers recognized a clear need for XML-related programming skill sets. Any comment? Anyone got an interesting story to tell that I could relay to my students? Feel free to e-mail offline. thanks JB XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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