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On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 1:20 am, Ronald Bourret wrote:
> 3) I'm very curious about the Evans survey, which states that 44% of
> those surveyed are using or plan to use XQuery. I don't get the
> opportunity to talk to that many database professionals, but I did speak
> to DAMA user's groups in 2001 and 2003 (about 70 people total). Judging
> by the questions I was asked, both groups were very competent. However,
> only 10-15% even knew XML, much less were considering XQuery. Either my
> sample is biased, Evans' sample is biased, or the world has changed a
> lot in two years.
> -- Ron
It is now even hard to find a whole book on xml these days. I was lucky to get
one the other day, but only because it was a clearance sale of computer
Now, it's a struggle to find even a whole book on xml. The only topic I saw
recently was "HTML, CSS & XML" or something like that...
Doesn't mean all that much though.. It's hard to find a book on gearboxes or
spark plugs - but most of us use them everyday without too many problems...
Computergrid : The ones with the most connections win.