Transferring formalized knowledge and developing
practical tools is a primary focus of CTG. CTG’s
Advanced Web Technologies (AWT) program
has transferred the results of our XML research and
development into a training curriculum delivered by a
In 2009, CTG completed the first full year of its
technology transfer program with very positive results.
The current program is a licensure training partnership
with MicroKnowledge, which has enabled the training of
IT professionals from government and the private sector
on the use of XML for Web site management. The
program reached a broad audience and increased the
knowledge and application of its tools to practical users.
Due to the success of these classes, in 2010 CTG will
continue its partnership with MicroKnowledge to deliver a
more advanced class on using XML databases.
TRAINING ON XML DATABASES AND XQUERY
In late summer of 2010, CTG, in collaboration with its
training partner, MicroKnowledge, Inc., will be offering
an introductory class on XML Databases and XQuery
as part of its ongoing Advanced Web Technologies
This course is both a conceptual and hands-on class
that explains XML databases, how they differ from
relational databases, and when to consider using XML
databases along with examples and exercises for making
connections to XML databases and using XQuery.
This class is the second in a series of XML-related
trainings and a follow-up to the well-received Using XML
for Web Site Management class that has been offered
on a regular basis since 2009.
For details and announcements of class listings, visit
the CTG Web Site at http://www.ctg.albany.edu
MicroKnowledge site at http://www.microknowledge.com
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