Monday, October 07, 2002

People ask me all the time about how to get good training. Lately it has been about .NET training. I have always been very high on DevelopMentor; I think they are the best in the business. That is based on my attendence at a couple of Guerila courses (XML and .NET), a couple of on-site COM courses, and a Java/COM course at DevelopMentor's Torrance location. I guess that only says I have been to enough of their training to determine whether I like them or not. It says nothing about the results!

At any rate, DevelopMentor seems to be pretty busy with .NET training these days. I am sure the rush is on as many companies, like our own, begin to launch more serious .NET development projects. If you cannot get in with DevelopMentor, I have received good feedback about IMG from one developer who recently attended two of their .NET training classes. I have not taken any of their classes myself, so I am simply going to pass this along without any other qualification.
4:22:44 PM      

It appears that Scott Johnson of The FuzzyBlog! is writing a book on blogging. Here is a sample chapter. I wonder what this means to Russ Lipton's efforts to write a book on Radio?[via Scripting News]
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