Python, Lua, Tcl, C and C++ training - public course schedule [here]
Private courses on your site - see [here]
Please ask about maintenance training for Perl, PHP, Java, Ruby, MySQL and Linux / Tomcat systems
Still teaching Tcl in 2016?
Yes, we still offer Tcl courses •æ as I have just answered an enquirer. Even though it's the second-oldest language that we teach, it has stood the test of time well and there's a large code base in use that needs supporting and updating from time to time.
The public courses are
Learning to Program in Tcl
, 5 days for newcomers to programming, £1350.00
, 4 days for delegates with prior programming experience in another language, £1100
Second and subsequent place on same order and course - £1250 or £1000
Add an extra £70.00 per room per night if you want to stay at our training centre / hotel - Well House Manor
during your course.
These days, we do a lot more training on languages like Python and Ruby, and for some of the less frequent subjects we schedule weeks about 6 times a year where we run whichever course first takes a booking. Upcoming weeks are those commencing 1st Febraury, 11th April and 20th June. If you book (or let me know you •re likely to book) on any one of those, I can fix that week for Tcl and you •re guaranteed that the course will run - even if it •s just for one delegate. But please don •t leave the booking right up to a few days before the course, as chances are that it won •t be available.
We can also run private Tcl courses for you - at our place or yours. Typically these courses become cost effective if you have 3 or more delegates. There •s a pricing matrix at http://www.wellho.net/net/quote.html?where=BS
for courses in the Bristol area •æ just change the letters on the •Üwhere •[9d] section of the URL for other postcode zones. The weeks of 15th February, 14th March and 18th April, 25th April are currently available in my diary.
A significant minority of delegates on our Tcl courses are learning to use Tcl in association with the Tk toolkit (Graphic User Interface) and / or •expect •. Some others are using the Incr-Tcl extension. We have some coverage of each of these on our public courses, and almost inevitably with the small size of the classes we find that we have can expand coverage on one or another of them as is relevant to the group. For private courses, where you •re using Tcl without Tk and without Expect, I would suggest we tailor the course and can then reduce it from 4 or 5 days to 3 or 4.
All prices quoted in this article are exclusive of VAT (written 2016-01-06)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesT050 - Tcl/Tk - Tcl, Tcl/Tk and Expect - General 
Using Object Oriented Tcl and the Tk toolkit together - real life example - (2015-03-12) 
Public training courses - upcoming dates - (2015-02-21) 
Writing the perfect program in Tcl? - (2013-11-13) 
Should we cover expect and/or Tk on our public Tcl courses? - (2011-05-11) 
Tcl - Some example of HOW TO in handling data files and formats - (2011-03-04) 
Tcl - a great engineering language - (2010-03-17) 
Learning to program in ... - (2009-11-15) 
Using Tcl and Expect to automate repetitive jobs - (2009-10-24) 
Tcl scripts / processes on a web server via CGI - (2009-09-27)T201 - Tcl/Tk - What is Tcl? 
Tcl - a true interpretive, command based language - (2009-10-20) 
Changes in advertising cut lines / Buscot / Tcl course - (2007-07-16) 
Installing Tcl and Expect on Solaris 10 - a checklist - (2007-05-02) 
Testing you Perl / PHP / MySQL / Tcl knowledge - (2006-04-19) 
Central London Courses - Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, MySQL - (2005-07-18) 
Tcl embeds - (2004-11-28)
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