Now that the big news of the Silverlight 4 Beta release is out, we can announce that we've been working hard to update our course to include Silverlight 4 material. Since Silverlight 4 is only in Beta (and no go-live license to boot), the Silverlight Tour will continue to teach Silverlight 3 and show the Silverlight 4 material in addition. This way whether you're building a short-term application you can get your Silverlight 3 needs met, but if you want to learn Silverlight for a long-term project, you can be sure that the Silverlight Tour will prepare you for the Silverlight of tomorrow.
We 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:
Over the next several weeks the Silverlight Tour is having a lot of stops around the world. If you're a reader of my blog but not in the U.S., now is the time to get your seat at the Silverlight Tour in your country.
In case you hadn't heard, the Silverlight Tour is making a stop in Denver Colorado on September 15th-17th. If you're in the market for a 3-day workshop on Silverlight 2, don't forget to sign up now while seats are still available.
As the end of the year is creeping up on us, we are proud to announce our Winter/Spring schedule for the Silverlight Tour. If you are working on next year's training budgets, don't forget to include us now that we have next our Winter/Spring schedule set. Here are the new dates and cities:
I'd like to introduce you to the Silverlight Tour's newest instructor. Erik Mork (of The Sparkling Client Podcast fame) has agreed to become an instructor for the Silverlight Tour. We are ecstatic about having him on board to help teach our U.S. classes. He brings his substantial Silverlight experience to our three-day workshop.
Only a week left until the New York/New Jersey Metro Area Silverlight Tour stop. If you are interested in our three-day workshop, make sure you register. For this tour stop, we've limited it to eighteen participants.
Two weeks left before the Silverilght Tour hits Boston for Silverlight 2 and 3! If you want to be ready for the next version of Silverlight, this is the place to be. April 29st - May 1st in Boston, MA our three-day Silverlight workshop is going to teach the latest features of Silverlight as well as the complete Silverlight 2 stack.
Two weeks left before the Silverilght Tour hits Washington, DC for Silverlight 2 and 3! If you want to be ready for the next version of Silverlight, this is the place to be.
UPDATE: Now only 3 Seats Left!
In case you are spending too much time enjoying the summer, you might not know that our partner, RunAtServer Consulting, is holding a stop of the Silverlight Tour in Vancouver on the same day as our Atlanta class, July 20-22nd, 2009.
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