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Retiring, March 2020 - sorry, you have missed our final public course.
The Coronavirus situation has lead us to suspend public training - which was on the cards anyway, with no plans to resume

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc
Happily continuing private consultancy / programming work
 
Customer takes over class, and I am delighted

On a private course, I actively encourage delegates to discuss their own requirements - and very often that'll involve the use of the whiteboard and my projection system too.

So, yesterday caught me sitting with the class and watching Jacob manipulting CLASSPATHs and .jar files - looking at package arrangements and how and where Java finds the .class files that it needs within their installation.

A course is really effective if the delegate can leave with ... not only a knowledge about how the various components work and go together, but also with a knowledge as to how this applies to them.

Picture - our smaller training room - the "Berks" at Well House Manor, Melksham.


(written 2007-02-15, updated 2007-02-16)

 
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