Training courses in the C language
We're niche training providers - we choose to teach subjects that others don't feel that there's enough volume in but which, never the less are excellent technologies. And we're always listening for new trends. The first Well House Consultants course - 2 days on Perl that was the the predecessor of the current Perl Programming
- was written in response to a handful of requests from professional contacts, and from that tiny seedling our whole business has grown.
I have noted, of late, requests for C and C++ training. The requests have been growing, and that's largely because C (especially) has reverted to being a niche language. Although almost all modern computing is based on underlying system software and languages which are themselves written in C or C++, the need for most programmers to actually code in C is no longer there. And yet ... there are some requirements there, and there are now fewer places where you can learn C itself.
I've written and run C courses in the past. I've got a great deal of C experience - I've probably done more C than Python
put together ... so perhaps now is the time to dip a toe back in the water and say "If you're looking for C or C++ training, please let me know". (written 2005-05-07, updated 2006-06-05)
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