Stories Tagged with 'Training'


Announcing: "The ADO Guy Teaches: Enterprise Data Architecture"

Url: http://www.dunntraining.com/EnterpriseDataArchi...

In cooperation from Dunn Consulting and Training, we will be offering a new five-day course on Enterprise Data Architecture.  The course will teach best practices from the ground up when it comes to implementing data solutions with Microsoft .Net tools and technologies.

Silverlight Tour in Toronto

Url: http://www.newyyz.com/NtgSite/?Category=Microso...

Just a reminder, next week is my stop in the great white north (i.e. Canada) to deliver the Silverlight Tour Workshop.  If you're going to be in Toronto next week and would like to get your hands dirty with some XAML action, we have a few seats remaining!

Barely Made it to Toronto...

I am not sure exactly how the pilot actually landed today, but he did it.  I made to Toronto for the Silverlight Workshop on Monday.  Here are some pictures of the snow (sorry for the lousy pics, my cell phone camera kinda sucks):

At the airport:

Atlanta Silverlight Workshop

Url: http://www.dunntraining.com/SilverlightTraining...

In partnership with Dunn Training and Consulting, I will be giving a three-day Silverlight workshop in Atlanta on June 11th.-13th. Over the three days you will learn how to create Silverlight assets for your own websites. This inlcudes the Silverlight 1.0, Silverlight 1.1 as well as fundamentals of the Expression toolset's support for Silverlight.

Silverlight Workshop - The Tour!

Url: http://www.silverlight-tour.com

We are taking the Silverlight Workshop on the road.  Between now and January, we will be taking my Silverlight Three-Day Workshop on the road.  We will be holding the Workshop in Boston, Washington, DC, Dallas, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle.  Please visit the tour's website at http://www.silverlight-tour.com for more information.

Last Two Stops of the Silverlight Tour 2010!

Confused...

The last two stops of the Silverlight Tour are headed to Atlanta and Portland (OR) in the next two months. The Silverlight Tour Workshop is a three-day course on Silverlight 4. It divides the content into three distinct areas: Design, Development and the Server-Side. Students should be able to develop Silverlight 4 applications once attending the workshop. The Workshop is structured with a mix of didactic lessons, demonstrations and hands-on labs. Each student will leave the workshop having created several small Silverlight applications. This variety of learning techniques will ensure that all students become proficient in the technology quickly and in an exciting way.

AgiliTrain announces 1H 2011 Schedule and New Early Bird Pricing!

AgiliTrain

Today AgiliTrain is announcing their schedule for the 1st half 2011. We are visiting cities with both our Silverlight Tour Workshop and our new Silverlight for the Windows Phone Workshop. We are visiting cities around the US including Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta and San Francisco.  You can view the full schedule (which also includes our partner's international stops) here:

My Windows Phone 7 Workshop at DevConnections

DevConnections Conference

My Windows Phone 7 Workshop at DevConnections is coming up on November 1st (http://www.devconnections.com) in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort on the Las Vegas strip! If you are looking for a way to quickly get up to speed on building Silverlight applications using Silverlight for the Windows Phone, its time to sign up!

Want to Learn iOS or Android?

AgiliTrain has partnered with the excellent Wei-Meng Lee (author of several books on iPhone, iPad and Android development) to provide three new courses this winter. He’s coming to Atlanta to teach both iOS and Android development. The courses include:

In each course, Wei-Meng will walk you through the development process and help you test your applications on actual devices. Early bird and group discounts are available. Please see more about these courses on the AgiliTrain website!

My New Silverlight Services Course is Live

I am happy to announce my new online course on using Silverlight Server Communication is now available on Pluralsight. This course covers the basics of using services from with Silverlight projects. The course covers:

You can view the course online at Pluralsight’s website:

I am Coming to Washington DC for 2 Classes

If you are in the Washington, DC area (or are close enough to fly), I am coming to teach two courses just after Thanksgiving.

Silverlight Tour Updated for SL5 RC!

URL: https://agilitrain.com

Starting at the September 26th stop of the Silverlight Tour in Atlanta, AgiliTrain’s Silverlight courseware has been updated to include all the new features of Silverlight 5 RC. If you’re getting ready to fire up a new Silverlight project, this is the course you should be in.

Fall/Winter Silverlight Tour Schedule

Url: https://agilitrain.com/workshop/info/Silverligh...

Silverlight TourWe have made some adjustments in the Fall/Winter schedule for the Silverlight Tour. As Fall is often our busiest time of year, we decided to move some dates around to not conflict with the PDC and other conferences. Here is the new Schedule for the Silverlight Tour and the Advanced Silverlight Workshop:

New Cities and New Courses

My company, AgiliTrain, has created its spring schedule and we are happy to announce that we’re going to be expanding with new courses and new cities. Let’s take the courses first.

The Web Workshop: Client-Side Dev Training

I am excited to announce that I’ve refactored (and renamed) my web-centric training course. The old “ASP.NET MVC/HTML/CSS Workshop” was just too long. It’s now called “The Web Workshop”.

New Course on .NET Code Reviews

DiscussOne of the things that I help companies with are code reviews. I love doing code reviews. It let’s me look at a large codebase with fresh eyes and help a company out with a set of recommendations for improving their process, teams and code.

After doing enough of these some patterns emerged. From this has come my new Pluralsight course on Lessons Learned from Real World .NET Code Reviews.

New to Web API? Don't Rush to Implementation

DiscussI’ve been getting good feedback on my Web API course on Pluralsight but some of the comments have concerned me. Lots of the students (from my small sample size) seem to be trying to infer how to *design* an API, not just implement one. That course is specifically about how to implement an API.

What’s important as far as I am concerned is to well design the API (regardless of which way you implement the API). So if you’re starting to use Web API and you need an API for your app, for your customers, or for others to consume (e.g. 3rd party developers) – stop figuring out how to implement the API and go back and design the API.

New Pluralsight Course on Large Scale JavaScript

I am having a great time building courses for Pluralsight. While my early courses focused on XAML technologies, the past few years I’ve been loving building web, HTML and JavaScript focused courses. I’m proud to announce my latest course is now live.

This new course is focused on teaching you how to handle the problems involved in building Large Scale JavaScript projects both in the browser and on the server (e.g. NodeJS).

New Course: Front-end Web Dev Quick Start

It’s that time again. I’ve recently released a new course on Pluralsight. This time I tackle Web Development for complete beginners.

If you are a developer who wants to move from either back-end development or from desktop development to client-side web development, this course may be for you. The concept around the course is to get you up to speed with the very basics of web development in a short amount of time. In fact, in just over three hours, you should be able to get a basic understanding of web development.

Node.js for .NET Developers

As some of you may have noticed, I’ve been dipping more than my toe in the waters of Node.js. I think Node.js has a lot to teach us as ASP.NET Web Developers; most of it good.

To this end, I’ve produced a brand-new course for Pluralsight about Node.js specifically for .NET developers. This course covers using Node.js with Visual Studio as well as the command-line tools. It compares and contrasts .NET technologies to their Node.js equivalents.

I'm Coming to Belgium to Teach Web Development

As many of you know, I am heading out on World Tour this June and heading across Europe and Asia for a year. For the first stop, I’ve partnered with Sparkles to do a training in Belgium this June. If you’re in Europe and you’ve been looking for a way to easily take my web development course, this is your opportunity. We’re only holding it once in Northern Europe.

The course takes place from June 23-25th, 2014. If you’re in the area, this is a great opportunity to learn how to build websites using the ASP.NET on the back-end and open source tools like Bootstrap 3 and AngularJS on the front-end.


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