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NetBeans Platform Training in Munich

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NetBeans Platform Training in Munich

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First of a series of trainings to start in September!

NetBeans is not only a popular IDE, but also a modular framework for the development of desktop applications. A NetBeans Platform (a.k.a. NetBeans RCP) training is going to be held in Munich in September. Open source training organization Eppleton is holding the first of a series of NetBeans Platform trainings in Munich on September 8th.

The three-day course will be led by NetBeans Platform expert and NetBeans Dream Team member Anton Epple. The training is especially tailored for the needs of professional Java developers working on commercial applications. To get you started quickly all lessons start with a short, but thorough introduction of a new API or concept immediately followed by hands-on exercises. The ratio of theory / practice is about 40:60. For more information and the latest news check the registration site.

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