Books on XML Concepts (Not So Technical)
- SGML: the Billion-Dollar Secret, by Chet Ensign
(Prentice-Hall PTR, 1997)
- Manager level. Written about SGML (XML’s parent standard), but
almost entirely applicable: excellent on issues of scalable system
- ABCD… SGML, by Liora Alschuler (Thompson
Computer Press, 1995)
- Written about SGML (XML’s parent standard), but change the word
“SGML” to “XML” as you read it and it still applies. Talks about work process
changes an XML system can bring.
- XML: A Manager’s Guide, by Kevin Dick
(Addison-Wesley Information Technology Series, 2000)
- Manager level. Solid view, but stays at 10,000 feet up.