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Munich Monday: September 19 - 21, Eppleton NetBeans Platform Certified Training

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Munich, Germany. The NetBeans Platform is a mature open sourced Swing framework for building general rich client applications. The platform is a "generic application", that is, a runtime which can be used to develop desktop applications. NetBeans IDE is one example of this type of application, but there are many others.

Delivered by Eppleton, a certified NetBeans Platform consultancy in Munich, Germany, the NetBeans Platform Certified Training shows you how to develop desktop applications on the NetBeans Platform from the ground up. The course will start by introducing the architectural principles of modularity and how you can utilize them to build clean APIs for maintaineable applications. Building on this the individual APIs of the NetBeans Platform will be introduced with presentations and exercises. You'll learn the latest enhancements of the platform and how they can help you speeding up your development. The course will be held in English. It is possible to participate remotely via Webinar.

 For larger groups (4+) we also offer customized courses focusing on your problem domain either in Munich or as an In-House course at your company.

The next training dates are September 19 - 21, in Munich. To register for this course, go to http://www.eppleton.de/training.html.

The training will be led by NetBeans Platform expert Geertjan Wielenga. Geertjan is a NetBeans Platform trainer and writer working in the NetBeans Team. Aside from writing tutorials, books, and other documents about the NetBeans Platform, he organizes, creates, and helps to deliver the related training materials.

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