Learn to Develop Modern Applications with MySQL for Developers Course

Learn to design and implement modern applications, such as web or cloud applications, by following the MySQL for Developers Training Course which will teach you about essential SQL statements for data design, querying, and programming.

This 5 day instructor-led course is available via the following training methods:

  • Live-Virtual Class: Follow this live class from your own office or home machine through one of the over 700 events currently on the schedule. To find the event that suits you go to http://oracle.com/education and click on MySQL.
  • In-Class Teach: Travel to an Oracle classroom to follow this class. A sample of the schedule events is shown below:

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Prague, Czech Republic

 8 October 2012

 Czech

 Warsaw, Poland

 27 August 2012

 Polish

 Vienna, Austria

 3 September 2012

 German

 London, United Kingdom

 17 September 2012

 English

 Zurich, Switzerland

 15 August 2012

 German

 Milan, Italy

 10 September 2012

 Italian

 Rome, Italy

 15 October 2012

 Italian

 Gummersbach, Germany

 3 September 2012

 German

 Hamburg, Germany

 12 November 2012

 German

 Lisbon, Portugal

 24 September 2012

 European Portugese

 Strasbourg, France

 8 October 2012

 France

 Barcelona, Spain

 27 August 2012

 Spain

Madrid, Spain 

 10 December 2012

 Spain

 Riga, Latvia

 29 October 2012

 Latvian

 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

 22 August 2012

 English

 Bangkok, Thailand

 29 October 2012

 English

For more information on this course, to register interest in an additional event or to see the other courses available in the MySQL Curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education

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