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Black Belt XML - Tim Rayburn



Tim Rayburn of TimRayburn.net presented at the Dallas .Net Users Group this month. This was one of the best presentations I have heard in a while. Tim Rayburn is a big BizTalk guy in Dallas and when it comes to XML he is Master Yoda. He reviewed XML namespaces, XPath syntax, and closed with a review of the XmlReader object in the .NET Framework. There were awesome questions that spurred great conversations and best practice discussions. He has posted his notes, code samples and slides on his blog. Check them out you will definitely learn something.

Get the slides and code samples HERE.

Ed K.

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