Announcing ADF JHeadstart 10.1.3 Workshops
By peter.ebell on Oct 16, 2006
The JHeadstart Team proudly announces two new runs of the successful ADF JHeadstart 10.1.3 Workshop, at the following dates:
- 13 - 17 Nov 2006
- 18 - 22 Dec 2006
These workshops will be held in De Meern (Netherlands). For more information and for registrations, please contact the Education Service desk, tel. +31 30 66 99 244, or via e-mail email@example.com.
Unable to attend at these dates? Check out the Specials page of Oracle University NL on a regular basis to see when this workshop will be held again in the Netherlands. Want to attend the workshop at a different time and/or location? Read the "Custom Delivery" section below!
The JHeadstart Team has developed the ADF JHeadstart Workshop to provide you with the necessary training to use ADF and JHeadstart successfully on your projects. Rather than just explaining the use of the JHeadstart tool, much focus is placed on understanding and working with the ADF technologies that form the foundation of a JHeadstart application: ADF Business Components, Java Server Faces and ADF Faces. In fact, we do not start using JHeadstart until the 4th day of the course. Also, we incorporated many tips and best practises regarding common, real-life issues that will surely be helpful when you start building your own applications.
For a full description of the workshop contents, see the Oracle University page for the ADF JHeadstart workshop.
The feedback on earlier runs of this workshop has been very positive. Here are some reactions from customers and partners, as posted on the JHeadstart OTN Forum:
See also this OraTransplant blog entry about the workshop
If you have decided to attend the workshop, and want to get the most out of it, we recommend that you check the Preparation document for the ADF JHeadstart Workshop. This document provides links to a number of excellent OTN tutorials. For the best possible preparation, follow these tutorials before you attend our workshop.
The ADF JHeadstart 10.1.3 Workshop can also be delivered on demand and even on-site, anywhere on the globe. As such, it could be an excellent kick-off for a project that involves the use of JHeadstart. Apart from receiving thorough training on JHeadstart and its underlying ADF/JSF technologies, you would have an experienced instructor/consultant at your disposal that can advise you on how to tackle issues specific for your project. If you are interested in such a "custom" workshop, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.