Encore quelques places à Paris

26 January 2010

Il y a encore quelques places pour notre événement de formation à Paris. Ceci est votre chance d'apprendre les contrôles ASP.NET de DevExpress et de s'amuser!

Oliver Sturm et Mehul Harry présenteront la classe «Business Apps with DXperience in ASP.NET» le lundi et mardi Février 1 et 2 à Paris. Cette classe fournit un aperçu de la suite DXperience ASP.NET. Il vous emmène à travers les processus de création d'une application d'entreprise avec une interface externe et aussi interne, utilisant une combinaison typique des composants sur toute la gamme de produits DevExpress ASP.NET. Un niveau bien pratique des connaissances sera réalisé qui vous permet d'écrire des applications commerciales similaires.

La classe sera présenté en Anglais, soit Américain. Vous pouvez vous inscrire pour la classe ici: European Training Roadshow.

(Une note pour les véritables francophones: Soyez reconnaissants que nous ne parlons pas français Smile.)

13 comment(s)
Crono

As a "véritable francophone", I'd say you put quite a good score. It already is much better than many english Canadians living in Montreal. ;)

26 January, 2010
Kris-I

As a "véritable francophone" aussi, I said "Waaaaaw" very good ! I'd like have the same level with my English.

Julian, challenge .... in your next screencast, a small part in French.

ChristianI.

26 January, 2010
Mehul Harry (DevExpress)

Julian,

You have many talents. Thanks!

26 January, 2010
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)

Christian: Ce sera plutôt pénible... Mon français est celui d'un écolier, pas d'un programmateur. Je n'ai pas assez de mots techniques dans mon vocabulaire. :) Grid? Chart? Cell? Event handler? Brrr...

Cheers, Julian

26 January, 2010
Mohsen Benkhellat

C'est impressionant, je tire mon chapeau :-)

Mohsen

26 January, 2010
Luc DEBRUN

Am truly impressed by this post !! Makes me want to take a plane to Paris for a few days vacation just to see the show.

Just one small tiny winy thing:

Soyez "reconnaissant !?"  ... euh ... "comprehensifs" plutot ?

Luc

26 January, 2010
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)

Luc: Quite possibly. Smile

I either have to go live and work in France for a good year to get my French up to scratch again, or maybe French Canada (Québec? Montréal?). Hmm, now there's an idea...

Cheers, Julian

26 January, 2010
Kris-I

Well, in France they may be translate all programming term. But in Belgium, the French part, we keep some as "event handler". If I said "Gérer évenement" to a Belgian from the north part (Dutch), he won't understand ;-)

FYI :

Grid = Grille; Chart = Graphique; Cell = Cellule ;

Event handler .... heu event handler ;-) Or "capturer", "capter", "Gérer" un évenement. :)

26 January, 2010
Martin Pelletier

Hehe!

Montréal is closer ;)

Continue with the french, you doing good!

27 January, 2010
Julien C

I'm sad, I already have another meeting (planned several months ago) for the 2 same days :(

"J'aurai tellement aimé être de la partie !"

Your french is really good!

Julien

27 January, 2010
Crono

Kris, it's pretty much the same here in Quebec. In fact, we actually say "chart" and "grid", not "graphique" and "grille".

Same goes for many other things, like "checkbox", "listview", "treeview"...

... why do I feel sorry for that, all of a sudden? :p

27 January, 2010
Brendon Muck [DevExpress MVP]

And once again, my 8 years of Latin does nothing for me.

27 January, 2010
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)

Tous: Merci pour vos compliments, mais je sais que j'ai encore beaucoup à apprendre.

Brendon: My two years of Latin helped not at all, apart from reciting amo, amas, amat, amamus, amatis, amant. And there was something about a table too (mensa?).

Cheers, Julian

27 January, 2010

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