Ken's class, "Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath," is now on Udemy and the entire course is available for less than $50. I've been a fan of his and part of his overflow network for a very long time. We believe XSLT and XPath are for everyone.
If you're interested in XSL and XSL-FO...
you can do no better than to take a class from Ken Holman. He's planning a class in Northern California and is soliciting date suggestions.
Here's the announcement from Ken:
Based on the success of the training he held in Santa Ana in early June, one of the attendees at those classes is now convening his own Crane training event in the East Bay area of Central California for his fellow Masters graduates and students between now and mid-August before their studies start up again.
At this early stage the dates have not yet been selected and will be determined based on the feedback from a survey soliciting interest.
The cost is expected to be approximately US$500-US$550 per day (the lesser price for former customers, early registration and multiple seats).
These are the most in-depth configurations of Crane's XSL and XQuery training classes, covering the use of every element, every attribute, every keyword and every function of both XSLT/XPath 1.0 and 2.0 and XQuery 1.0, and every formatting object of XSL-FO 1.0 and 1.1 with more detail and more exercises than other available configurations of our material.
Practical Transformation Using XSLT, XQuery and XPath (5 days):
Practical Formatting Using XSL-FO (3 days):
Venue - to be determined - Berkeley/Walnut Creek area, California
We recognize these are difficult economic times for many companies, but thankfully air fares are low. For those who still cannot make it to the new class, we have extended the free worldwide shipping of our hyperlinked interactive 24-hour XSLT DVD-ROM video product:
If you are interested in having us teach publicly or privately in any area of the world, please let us know.
If you are interested in this July/August training, be quick to select your preferred dates before we lock in.
. . . . . . . . . Ken