What I’m learning at BCIT

March 11, 2007 at 11:13 pm | Posted in Personal | 4 Comments

The XML schema language, described as the successor of DTDs, by the W3C, is XML Schema, a.k.a XML Schema instances, XSD (XML Schema Definition). XSDs are more powerful than DTDs in describing XML languages.

In other words, I’m learning alphabet soup.



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  1. Huh?

  2. He is joking, I think. XML is a computer programming language if I remember correctly.

  3. The XML definition folks seem to be more caught up in defining alphabet soup than in actually building any structural guide to implementation. It reminds me a LOT of legal speech….

    (that said – it’s bloody useful. However… the docs are a bloody pain)

  4. Oh, I know what XML is; I just don’t understand what he was saying. My “huh?” was sort of a joke too.

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