Advanced .NET Master Class
Numbers and Logistics:
The next public Advanced Master class is on October 17-21st in Washington DC, with Brian Noyes as the instructor. The price is $2,650, and payment should be made in advance to reserve the seat at the class. There is a $350 early-bird discount (till September 1st) for user group members. The venue can seat a limited number - if you are interested, it is better to reserve your place now. To lower the overhead and the class price, we did not set up a registration site, so payment with checks is required. In addition, paying with a PO is just fine (as long as payment is made on receipt of invoice). If you want to sign up, we will send you an invoice made up to your company. To further cut down cost, you will have to bring your own hardware. You will also have to arrange your own travel. You will get detailed logistics help sheet once registered, including hotel recommendation. In addition, each student will receive a copy of Programming .NET Components 2nd edition.
About the Class:
The Advanced Master Class is a 5 days hands-on training, and is the world’s best, most intense .NET training.
On top of the frontal presentations, the class teaches .NET using lab exercise and numerous (over 100) conceptual demos and original tools and utilities. Attendees will find the demos useful not only in class but after it. The demos serve as a starting point for new projects, and as a rich reference and samples source.
For the advanced class we recommend at least 6 months of active .NET development experience. After attending either one of the classes, you will be not just a .NET expert, but also a better software engineer. We conducted the class at many companies big and small, including companies such as Philips and Disney. Please click here for student testimonials.
The instructor for the October class is Brian Noyes, one of the best architects and instructors in the industry:
About Brian Noyes
Brian Noyes is a Microsoft MVP and an international speaker, trainer, writer and consultant with IDesign. He speaks at Microsoft TechEd US, Europe, and Malaysia, Visual Studio Connections, SDC Netherlands, DevTeach Montreal, VSLive!, DevEssentials, and other conferences, and is one of the top rated speakers on the INETA Speakers Bureau. He has published numerous articles on .NET development for MSDN Magazine, CoDe Magazine, The Server Side .NET, Visual Studio Magazine, asp.netPRO, .NET Developer's Journal, and other publications. Brian latest book, Data Binding with Windows Forms 2.0, part of the Addison-Wesley .NET Development Series, will hit the shelves in January 2006, followed shortly thereafter by Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce.