I’m back – back with DevExpress, that is! Those of you who have followed this blog for more than three years will remember I used to work for DevExpress then. Starting right now, I’m working for them again. The topic is training. As you know, I’ve organized a lot of classroom training events in Europe and the US in the past years, and this is going to continue. All the classes will now be listed on the new DevExpress Training page, and the US events will be organized by DevExpress as well.
For Europe – if you’ve been in touch with John Martin in the past, who’s taken care of the logistics for my events in the past years, nothing will change for you. I hope these new arrangements will bring even better continuity to the events, with the US and Europe being covered equally for the most important topics!
The second part of my training efforts with DevExpress will evolve around online training. It’s not been long since I announced my online training content at dxtraining.com, and this will now be taken over by DevExpress. To those of you who signed up for the first course – thank you very much, and the content you booked will of course remain available to you for the agreed timeframe. However, I have closed the system for new registrations, and I hope it won’t be long until we publish the course on the new DevExpress online training platform. Of course we have great plans for the online platform, but some details need to be decided first. Please watch the DevExpress blogs and other web content for more news!
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