A little while back, I announced the first Expert DevExpress XAF class to take place in the USA, January 14-18 2013 in Orlando, Florida. I’m pleased that we’ve now been able to confirm hotel arrangements with the Royal Plaza in Orlando.
This class provides a complete in-depth look at the DevExpress eXpressApp Framework. You’ll start with the basics of creating a data layer with XPO and/or Domain Components, and learn how to develop within the XAF infrastructure for both WinForms and ASP.NET WebForms platforms. All the modules supplied with XAF will be introduced and explained in enough detail to help you start developing your own XAF based applications very quickly! Questions are encouraged and will be answered as much as time permits!
Early-bird special: Sign up by December 3rd for a $100 discount!
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The class takes place November 19-23 2012 in Bad Ems, Germany. It has now been confirmed and we have a group of attendees from around the world. We still have room - join us if you use XAF, or would like to!
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Quoting Marc Greiner:
I highly recommend this training to any developer involved in business application development. I had the opportunity to attend this training last june and I believe that like me, all of the participants had a lot of fun at Bad Ems, discovering all that can be done in minutes with XAF. Many of the participants were XAF new comers, but there were also several well experienced ones, some of them with several years of XAF experience, having built really stunning web and Winform XAF apps. From the feedback that they gave, they highly appreciated the material and all could learn lots of things. Big thanks again for your great pedagogic skills, your patience and your will to share the knowledge, and also to John for organizing the event and the evening outings!
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