New Year’s Eve weekend is a time to party, but for the geeks among us, it may also be a good opportunity to curl up with some dev training videos.
Enter Microsoft/Xamarin with their on-demand recordings of Xamarin Dev Days sessions. The mobile development training event takes place periodically in cities around the world, and as of this month, you can also participate virtually via Xamarin Dev Days Live on Microsoft’s Channel 9. (Hat tip to Petri’s Paul Thurrott for first pointing this out.)
The five-episode track, which first aired Dec. 14, kicks off with Introduction to Xamarin, Cross-Platform UI with Xamarin.Forms and Cloud First Apps with Azure. The “afternoon” sessions are more hands-on; you can follow along as the instructors walk through building an app.
Log on and get to brainstorming about what you’ll build in 2017.
Wintellect is adding a new resource to their training toolbelt by offering Virtual Instructor-Led courses to their catalog of On-Site and WintellectNOW On-Demand training courses.
Ever wish you could attend a real training class led by the industry’s best trainers without leaving your desk or even having to get out of your pajamas? Well now you can with Wintellect’s latest offering of Live Virtual Training. Costs range from $499 to $799 per person and includes an annual subscription to WintellectNOW, our On-demand virtual training library with more than 300 courses available.
Now our training customers have the luxury of choosing from three different settings – classroom, live virtual, or on-demand. The goal is to offer the best software training on the planet, in the format of choice for our customers, and at all different price points. — Todd Fine, Wintellect President and CEO
The first two courses available are:
Mastering Threading and Responsive Apps with Jeffrey Richter
March 2-3, 2015 – beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET
Performance, responsiveness, and scalability are the keys to building software your users will love. This class is all about endowing your server and client applications with these attributes. Take a master class from industry luminary Jeffrey Richter, author of “CLR via C#.”Mastering, and learn how to use threads effectively to build responsive client apps, scalable server apps, and how to improve the performance of these apps by effectively leveraging the computer’s CPUs.… Read more