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Fundamentals of XML (part of Windows 2000 course)Introduction to JavaMaster CIW-Java Programming that leads to Sun Microsystems CertificationDiploma of Business Programming For IT ProfessionalsCom Tech Education Serviceswww.comtech.comJava ProgrammingWeb Publishing with Java TechnologyMicrosoft Mastering Web Application DevelopmentUsing Visual Basic MindLeaders e-Learningwww.training.aic.net.auJavaJavaScriptDHTMLAngus Knightwww.LearnNow.com.auJavaHTMLXMLSAS Education Serviceswww.sas.com/offices/asiapacific/training/schedule.htmlDeveloper Java ApplicationsAdvanced Dynamic SolutionsSAS courses have an XML component and courses can be customised.



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Java Animation and Images

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Java Security, Networking and the InternetJavaScriptIBM Learning Serviceswww.ibm.com/services/learning/auA range of Web development courses that include Java and XML.

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