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| | Guerrilla.NET (US) Training
In addition to the latest core.NET topics, we'll be covering cutting-edge content that you simply cannot get at other courses including multi-touch programming, Mono.NET, and NoSQL / MongoDB. class] Night out for drinks and conversations Day 5 Managed Extensibility Framework WCF Data Services Power Debugging with WinDBG This course covers is a deep exploration of.NET 4.0 and build on the PFx Task library (covered elsewhere in the course), the dynamic capabilities of C# 4.0, C# : Leverage new features of C# including asynchronous methods from C# 5.0, assuming Silverlight 5.0 DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
In this course, you learn to: Write code that works well with the garbage collector Use the latest threading library: PFx Build code that can scale across multiple cores Build pluggable and testable and applications using MEF and Inversion of Control Improve memory usage through proper understanding of assemblies, types, and JIT compilation Debug difficult problems using WinDBG, SOS, and ADPLUS The goal of Advanced.NET is to introduce developers to areas of.NET that are complex or often cause confusion. What are the best practices for parallelizing algorithms? or do you? DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
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| | MongoDB for.NET developers
'I’m very proud to announce DevelopMentor’s soon-to-be released MongoDB for.NET course which I am authoring along with Pierre Nallet. Please subscribe to be notified ». This course is a deep exploration of building applications in MongoDB (the most popular NoSQL document-database). This course starts out by looking at why you should choose NoSQL in the first place. Finally, we will round out the course with a few topics that you will need to be successful with MongoDB including Server administration for developers and Security and permissions. Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Beyond Projects, Beyond #NoProjects
Of course teams will sometimes loose people and they will sometimes expand. Like trains: trains run on schedules and so should software projects. When trains leave the station late and arrive late they are poor performers. The train schedules are known weeks and months in advance. When you know the train you are going to get you arrange your journey around that. When you have to take connecting trains you know how much time you need. How many of you readers have missed a train or a plane recently? won’t go into the details here. Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, October 23, 2013
3 Styles: Iterative, Incremental and Evolutionary Agile (part 1)
'When I’m teaching training courses (as I was this week at Skills Matter ) or advising clients on the requirements side of software development (which I’m doing a lot of just now) I talk about model I call “3 Styles of Agile”. Incredibly I’ve never blogged about this - although the model is hidden inside a couple of articles over the years. So now the day has come… I don’t claim the “3 Styles model” is the way it should be, I only claim it is the way I find the world. the requirements side is very very variable. There are times when the other styles are “right.” And so it goes. Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, September 19, 2013
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- Take the first hour of any online developer course for free at LearningLine
We believe that LearningLine is the most effective online training for developers, period. We are announcing the ability to preview any of our online courses, for free without entering any payment information. You can now study approximately the first hour of any one of our courses. To get started, just head over to our schedule page , click on any course title you’d like and choose “ Preview course for free “: . At the time of this writing, there are 27 courses which run between 4 and 15 days in length. Today it gets even better.
- MongoDB for.NET developers
'I’m very proud to announce DevelopMentor’s soon-to-be released MongoDB for.NET course which I am authoring along with Pierre Nallet. Please subscribe to be notified ». This course is a deep exploration of building applications in MongoDB (the most popular NoSQL document-database). This course starts out by looking at why you should choose NoSQL in the first place. Finally, we will round out the course with a few topics that you will need to be successful with MongoDB including Server administration for developers and Security and permissions.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, October 23, 2013
- Need WIF Training?
My good friend Brock and I put together a two day training course about WIF that covers everything we think is important. The course includes extensive lab material where you take standard application and apply all kinds of claims and federation techniques and technologies like WS-Federation, WS-Trust, session management, delegation, home realm discovery, multiple identity providers, Access Control Service, REST, SWT and OAuth. If you are looking for an open enrollment style of training, have a look here. The course outline looks as follows: Day 1. Day 2.
www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, November 9, 2011
- Reblogged: What should I learn to get started in.NET and web development?
Here’s my advice along with a bunch of courses you can use to accomplish this efficiently and affordably. Now if you’d like some advice on where to get this training, check out our content on LearningLine. Here are the related LearningLine courses from DevelopMentor which will walk you through this path. Because you can preview the first lesson of each course, you have about 7 hours free and the rest are all included in an affordable $29 subscription. '[ Note : I am reblogging this post which originally was posted to the LearningLine blog. jQuery basics.
- Screening C# Candidates: Let’s Play 20 Questions!
Of course, the questions are not meant to be exhaustive and are only scratching the surface of CLR and C# fundamentals. If a person has ever bothered to read a book or technical article or taken a training course, their answers will set them apart from the crowd of folks who don’t make time for ongoing professional development. Over the past year I was involved in the process of interviewing candidates for both mid and senior level developer positions. Furthermore, I’m looking for a developer with a thirst for knowledge. This is the purpose of the technical phone screen.
DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, February 28, 2012
- Illusions of Grandeur and Agreement
Of course not. am constantly reminded of the training scene from ‘ The Matrix ’: Morpheus : How did I beat you? I just finished watch Adam Savage presenting at maker faire. It’s a pretty great talk. Kinda. Here’s what I’m taking away: “Set deadlines for personal projects” But about 22 minutes in I become pretty dissatisfied, and I want to talk about why: I am agreeing with Adam about everything. Everything? Yep, It ALL makes sense. know it ALL already. Now do I believe that if I was to sit down and actually do something with Adam that everything would be great? No disagreement?
DevelopMentor Courses - Friday, April 22, 2011
- How to improve a team's velocity?
Expect to take time, don’t expect it to happen over night, spend the time and money on training, coaching, setting up a continuous integration server and such. So, invest in developer training, buy them books, send them on courses, bring in coaches, set up book study groups and other exchanges were developers can learn to do things better. By way of wrapping up my velocity mini-series ( Two ways to fill and iteration , Filling an iteration too well , and Velocity Targeting and Velocity Inflation ) I’m going to end with some advice on how to improve a team’s velocity.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, July 1, 2010