Class-A Summer Classes become Winter Classes
As I really enjoyed giving the Summer Classes a few weeks ago, the first ever real .NET 3.5 class world wide, I’m really pleased to announce the Winter Classes. Although the date hasn’t even been set, we’re planning it around the end of January or start of February. The classes will be the same as last time
- .NET 3.5 Summer Class
- Business Intelligence Summer Class
The location to be will again be the Badhotel Domburg. We really enjoyed it there last time with great facilities and a great bar to hang out and reflect on the things learned that day.
We’ll redo the subjects from the last time, but update everything for the then expected to be released .NET Framework 3.5, with perhaps some new stuff that’ll be released by then. Subjects we covered in our .NET 3.5 class last time are:
- Language enhancements in C# 3.0 and VB 9.0
- Visual Studio 2008 enhancements
- ASP.NET AJAX extensions
- LINQ and LINQ to XML
- LINQ to SQL
- Where does LINQ (and LINQ to SQL) fit in my architecture?
- WCF and WF integration
- Programming the web with WCF v2
- .NET Compact Framework 3.5
- Entity Framework
- What else is new in .NET 3.5 (for everything we didn’t cover yet)
This means a complete coverage of everything new in .NET Framework 3.5. So when you’ve visited our class, you’ll know everything there is to know in a weeks time! And of course with the Class-A labs that make you think about the solution, instead of bothering you with setting colors on buttons and div’s! 😉
We’ll also have enough discussion about everything new and you can ask questions just about anything. We’ll also prepare a few games so we can have some fun if you enjoy this!
For the Business Intelligence class and more info about the .NET 3.5 class you can visit the Class-A website. It’s currently not updated yet for the Winter Class, but it soon will be.