XQuery/Guest Registry

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Guest Registry[edit]

Dan McCreary[edit]

I am using this book for teaching XQuery to my students. Most of my work is in the government and financial sectors. I am using XQuery with REST and XForms.


Chris Wallace[edit]

I am using this book mainly as a repository of example programs since I use XQuery on nealry all the websites I make. Not much opportunity to teach XQuery these days. Currently working on moving the executable examples from my old university server to my own and bringing code up to date.

Jim Fuller[edit]

I am using this book for teaching some aspects of XQuery to people I mentor professionally and also plan to use for a University course in Prague this September.

Rajamani Marimuthu[edit]

I am using this book for creating samples and some real time applications for the users .. and also for teaching to my colleagues and learners.

Dominique Rabeuf[edit]

I am using this book for creating XForms/XQuery samples and applications

Chris Cargile[edit]

I am using this book for creating XQuery samples for research purposes

Joe Wicentowski[edit]

I am using this book to capture community innovations in XQuery and develop best practices. I am using XQuery with REST and XForms.

Esteban Arango Medina[edit]

I am using this book to learn about XQuery, I need it for a project where I'm working in my university (EAFIT University).

Chris Misztur[edit]

I am using this book to learn eXist-db practices and to advocate XML platforms.

Rajesh Pandian M[edit]

I am using this book for learning XQuery,Xpath as a part of my course work. The examples given are very informative.

Carl Burnett[edit]

I am using this book to teach XML technologies in my XML Introduction and Advanced courses at the Montgomery College, Information Technology Institute in Maryland.