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Trying to learn XML, XSL, Javascript, SQL & ISS - HELP!!!!

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Does anyone know where I can find any information on any of these languages. I am interviewing for a very entry level position as a web designer. They would prefer that the right candidate have knowledge of HTML, XML, XSL, JSP, Javascript, SQL & ISS (Internet Information server) ... They also want the candidate to know Dreamweaver and some Flash. I know Frontpage.

Is there anyplace on the internet where I can take a crash course and gain some quick knowledge? Pay courses or free courses? A lot of what I know now is self taught from books I have read.

Are there any good books that I can learn from easily? Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can teach myself these languages and be able to get an entry leve position or better?

Any advice on books, classes/courses, or ways to learn own my own would be so much appreciated. I understand it all and I'm a quick learner. Very internet and computer savy.

Please help! :)

Shannon
Oct 11 '06 #1
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Hello, I am new here - a young single mother :)

I could use some pointers and/or advice ...

Does anyone know where I can find any information on any of these languages. I am interviewing for a very entry level position as a web designer. They would prefer that the right candidate have knowledge of HTML, XML, XSL, JSP, Javascript, SQL & ISS (Internet Information server) ... They also want the candidate to know Dreamweaver and some Flash. I know Frontpage.

Is there anyplace on the internet where I can take a crash course and gain some quick knowledge? Pay courses or free courses? A lot of what I know now is self taught from books I have read.

Are there any good books that I can learn from easily? Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can teach myself these languages and be able to get an entry level position or better?

Any advice on books, classes/courses, or ways to learn own my own would be so much appreciated. I understand it all and I'm a quick learner. Very internet and computer savvy.

Please help!

Shannon
Oct 11 '06 #2

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To learn the basics of each of those, go and run through the tutorials on http://w3schools.com/

Good luck. =]
Oct 12 '06 #3

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