Meet Timothy Ali, Agile Certified Project Manager in Computer Networking, Greater Atlanta Area.
He needs to define what do we need to start doing with XML Developer. His main goal is preventing developer ‘gold plating’ (developers implement the Rolls Royce version of a product when a Chevy was all that was needed).
In his XML Developer Toolkit Timothy has 9 documents that cover the XML Developer topic.
Timothy finds 2 Powerpoint Presentations, 5 PDFs and 2 Word Documents that cover XML Developer in-depth.
Timothy hones in on the following actionable documents and quickly scrolls through each document:
– Challenges To Effective Adoption Of The Extensible Markup Language.pdf
– Data Modeling Using Uml (Unified Modeling Language).ppt
– General Presentation.doc
– Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (Ldap) Schema Definition Using .pdf
– Tutorial- Introduction To Xml.pdf
– Uabout The Oracle Application Server Softwareu.pdf
– Uspto Guidelines For Developing Web Services.doc
– Xml And Oracle- An Overview.ppt
Timothy now feels positive about his XML Developer awareness and has the viable data and cases he needs to define what do we need to start doing with XML Developer in minutes. On top of that, the documents also give him input on how to revise understanding of XML Developer architectures.
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