RE: Read ,Compare the value and do something

Subject: RE: Read ,Compare the value and do something
From: "Mabry, F. DR EECS" <df6954@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 May 2000 11:48:27 -0400
I would like to add my voice to those offering opinions about Mike Kay's
XSLT book.  I have some instructor copies here already and have our program
head (for CS) reading it.  Mike has really written to a level that allows
the reader an understanding of both "how to do it" and "how it works and
why."  It is exceptionally well written.

While it is presently too deep for use in a foundational (junior level in a
CS major's program) I am already developing a number of learning activities
that will allow many courses to be significantly enriched with XSLT
middle-ware exercises.  For those studying information systems, application
knowledge of XSLT is likely to be not just useful but vital.  Mike's book
certainly is an outstanding reference/learning resource.  I am recommending
it to a number of our junior faculty.  I expect to put a workshop on for
them later in the summer.  Mike's book has made that task much more

Before I paint myself into a corner, let me add the standard notice: the
opinions expressed here are strictly my own and do not reflect (nor should
they be construed as) an endorsement by the Academy (USMA), Department of
the Army, the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government. 

Dr. Frank Mabry
Dept. of EE&CS, U.S. Military Academy
West Point, NY 10996
email: df6954@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Phone: (914) 938-2960

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Ben Robb [mailto:Ben@xxxxxxxxxx]
		Sent:	Wednesday, May 24, 2000 9:56 AM
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		Subject:	RE: Read ,Compare the value and do something

		> Could you pls direct me or perhaps recommend 
		> me a book
		> for that? 
		Mike Kay's "XSLT" published by Wrox is the best around at
the moment...

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