Learn XQuery, XML and XPath
"XQuery is a querying language used only within database management systems." That used to be correct... yesterday. Today, XQuery ...
We want to show you some new ways of using XQuery. More than that, we would like to convince you about the potential of XQuery in the future. Today's early adopters will be the winners of tomorrow!
What Others Say About XQuery
"Why XQuery is Awesome [...] Gracefully applying the joy of sets to XML content [...] Can replace a kitchen sink of earlier technologies."
Peter O'Kelly 28th Apr 2011 on MarkLogic User Conference 2011
"Frustrating thing is I could do the entire app for the customer in XQuery in 1/10 the time, but they want their frameworks"
Kurt Cagle 18th Feb 2010 on Twitter
"you could reduce your query to one line in XQuery replacing 20 lines of PHP+SimpleXML"
Colin Beckingham 21st Sep 2010 on IBM DeveloperWorks
"Learning how to use XML, XHTML, and XQuery is of critical importance to every web designer or programmer. [...] Web designers need to be conscious of this and start designing web sites that utilize XML and XQuery."
Jim Pretin 31st Aug 2009 on www.articledirectoryzone.com
"Really missed working in #xquery lately, you can just stick on some good music and produce amazing results very quickly"
Adam Retter 2nd Jul 2010 on Twitter
"[...] the worldwide NoSQL market is expected to reach $1.8 Billion by 2015 at a CAGR of 32% between 2011 and 2015. NoSQL market will generate $5.6 Billion revenues over the period 2011 – 2015."
Market Research Media 11th Nov 2010 on Market Research Media
"Most people will be surprised by how simple it is to learn and use. [...] a native XML data model based language just "makes sense" when reading and producing XML languages."
Andrew Spyker 08th Jun 2010 on www.theserverside.com
"XQuery is married to XML"
Brian M. Carey 10th Mar 2009 on IBM DeveloperWorks
"#congility2011 with XML we have a new way of retrieving info: XQuery "boom, boom, boom I can get what I want instantly" @arockley"
Valentina Moressa 25th Mai 2011 on Twitter
"I feel a strange desire to become an xquery developer"
Christopher Hayes 29th Apr 2011 on Twitter
"Late night working. If it wasn't for the fact that I was writing tools in XQuery I'd be alot more upset."
Andrew Spyker 5th Nov 2010 on Twitter