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J2EE open source training in Reston, VA

Presto Vivace (882157) writes | more than 6 years ago

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From Presto Vivace Blog:

Northern Virginia Java Users Group discussion list

From Presto Vivace Blog:

Northern Virginia Java Users Group discussion list

As a long-time NovaJUG member, I'd like to introduce my company's new
Java EE-based training offerings to everyone, and I also want to make
sure you all know that we're extending a 10% discount to all NovaJUG
members. Here's our schedule of public classes in Reston, VA for
November:

Introduction to JSF 5 Days
Nov 5 - Nov 9

JPA Development with the Hibernate® ORM 3 Days
Nov 12 - Nov 14

Java Development with Spring 2 Days
Nov 15 - Nov 16

AJAX for the Enterprise 2 Days
Nov 19 - Nov 20

Java Programming 5 Days
Nov 26 - Nov 30

We can also provide private classes onsite or at our own facilities.
Please feel free to visit our website for more information, including
the complete training schedule.

http://www.aboutobjects.com

I'll have flyers available at tonight's meeting for those planning to
attend. (If you can't make it tonight, you can download it the flyer
as a PDF here: http://www.aboutobjects.com/getCurriculumGuide.do).
Hope to see you there!

Jonathan
--
Jonathan Lehr
President
About Objects, Inc.
The developer training people.

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