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Java Power Tools Training in London and Paris - don't miss out!

Posted by johnsmart on January 2, 2010 at 2:18 PM PST

This February, in collaboration with Skills Matter, I will be in Europe to deliver the Java Power Tools Bootcamp in London and Paris. The London session is scheduled for February 15, and the Paris session is scheduled for February 22.

The Java Power Tools Bootcamp is an intense, comprehensive 5-day workshop covering best-of-breed Java development, code quality and build automation tools and techniques build around tools like Maven, Hudson, Nexus and Sonar.

These workshops are a great way to give your Java development practices a boost and introduce some kick-ass tools, techniques and tricks into your daily development routine. They are a practical, hands-on, and in-depth, covering build automation techniques with Maven and Nexus, automated release and deployment strategies with Cargo,&Nexus and Hudson, unit, integration and web testing techniques with tools like JUnit 4.7, Selenium, Infinitest, easyb, code coverage and code quality with tools like Cobertura, Checkstyle, Findbugs and Sonar, advanced Continuous Integration techniques with Hudsonand more!

Better still, the course is agile - few other courses dynamically adapt the content and level of the modules to suit your particular needs the way this one does!

I've been getting very positive feedback about the course, both from newer developers and from more experienced ones. I got several comments along the lines of "One of the best and most useful courses I have attended". Many developers appreciate the global view they get of current Java Best Practices: "This was a great all round introduction to best practices for development process optimization. I found all of the content very helpful and easy to understand". Others liked the global picture, and the way the course covers not only what tools exist, but when they are appropriate: "Gives a very good overall view of the Java development environment. Not just how to write Java code but the 'business end' - how to build, test, deploy, manage and monitor."

Skills Matter are doing a great deal on the
London course, which is going for £1950.00 (instead of the normal price of £2495) if booked before the 10th of January. So what are you waiting for? Book now!

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