I have just made information available on my next DevExpress class: [LINK REMOVED] You can find all the details by following the link. The class is one day longer than my earlier ASP.NET classes, but there are some important differences - including these:
It’s one day longer, for a total of three days
I call it an “Expert” class, which means it’s meant to go to more depth. Any questions are welcome and will be discussed as much as time allows, plus more time can be spent on in-depth discussion of certain important features.
Additional content will be included, perhaps most importantly the MVC Extensions that are now part of the DevExpress ASP.NET portfolio.
Of course it is updated to the latest version of DevExpress tools, most likely 2011.1.
This is the only installment of a public DXperience ASP.NET class I’m planning to do in Europe in 2011. An early-bird period with an offer of €150 off the per-person price is beginning now, ending August 5. Again, for the details please see the main class info page [LINK REMOVED] as well as the sign-up page [LINK REMOVED], or of course feel free to get back to me via email. I’m looking forward to the class!
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