The final few seats are going for WinForms and ASP.NET

17 October 2013

Another six weeks now and I'll be in Las Vegas for two training classes on our WinForms and ASP.NET WebForms component suites. These have been previously announced, but you can find the abstracts again below. 

We have a few seats remaining in each class at this time, but I'm sure it won't last much longer. So count this as your heads-up if you're interested in either or both of these events - I'm looking forward to seeing you in Las Vegas! And of course feel free to contact either myself or our general training information email if you have any questions we can help you with before the classes.

Here are the summaries for the two events. Please follow the links for all the details.

WinForms Training Event

This class provides an in-depth look at the DevExpress DXperience WinForms suite of products. You will observe the process of creating a business application that utilizes a typical subset of components, covering the composition of a UI, navigation topics, as well as data editing, display and analysis. Hands-on labs are provided throughout the class, enabling you to practice what you've seen, and encouraging exploration and questions. You will leave with the knowledge that you can easily create similar business applications yourself.

Here are details, syllabus and registration information for the WinForms class.

ASP.NET Training Event

This class provides an in-depth look at the DevExpress DXperience ASP.NET suite of products, focusing on the WebForms components, and providing an introduction to the related ASP.NET MVC Extensions. During the process of creating a business application for the ASP.NET platform, you will observe the creation of UIs both for public consumption and internal use. Special areas of attention are navigation features and all topics around data viewing, editing and analysis. You will gather your own experience working with the products in hands-on labs during the class. Questions are of course encouraged!

This class has 4 extra hours of time scheduled in the evenings, for a total of 2.5 course days!

Click here for ASP.NET class details, syllabus and registration information.

6 comment(s)
Dean J.

I'd really like to attend the WinForms event, but I a medical condition keeping from it.  Would DevExpress consider selling a video of the key training talks?  Just think of how many more customers you could help.

17 October, 2013
Dean J.

My company has been a heavy Telerik shop for numerous years.  I researched DevEx and have now brought the WinForms package into our company.  I'm not able to attend, but I'm very interested in purchasing video content.  You don't see companies do that often which is bizarre actually, since it turns down a whole chunk of people.  I'm hoping you'll be different and do it.  Thanks!

17 October, 2013
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Hi Dean

Though nothing can compare to hands-on training classes, we are planning on introducing an online training center where you'll be able to purchase and view training courses.

17 October, 2013
Adam Daoust

Hi Dean,

Do you have timeline for the availability of the online training courses?

18 October, 2013
Oliver Sturm (DevExpress)

Dean - Online courses will always be separate from classroom events - we have thought long and hard about the possibility of providing simple recordings of classroom events online, but that is not a realistic option due to their length alone. Like Ray gave away there, we are planning to publish online courses as well, targeted specifically for online viewing.

Adam - We are not quite ready yet to announce a timeline for the release of the online content. I hope we won't have to keep you waiting too long though...

18 October, 2013

Guys, you need seriously think about $ online courses on XAF and DevExpress in general (Winforms...).

There are two main reasons people can't get somewhere:

1) Time - for example, myself, I do travel 80% of my time and rest 20% time I want to spend with my family. Also problem of being unavailable for customers for full week will drive them crazy. Customers are like small babies (and you know that) - you need always hold their hand and solve their problems :)

2) Cost - Course price is alright, but get hotel will bring one person at a cost of 2K EUR at least (incl. hotel and flights) Not everybody can get cheap flights, especially from small countries. So it sometimes cheaper get to DC and attend course in US :)

If there would be online course for 2 weeks at a price of ~500-700EUR you can build large community and everybody would be happy (including me :) ) Please do this next year.

You can make poll and check how many of us find this idea useful.

Greets from US.

19 October, 2013

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