While I have been writing more about JavaFX, I haven’t forgotten about JSF. In fact, we are about to release the next version of Exadel’s online JSF training. It’s self-paced (finish in 3 days or 3 weeks), online JSF training with about 24 different topics that cover all the JSF features. Each topic comes with reading material, hands-on examples and an assignments to turn in. All assignments will be graded by us. Additionally, you get a private forum where you can ask us any JSF-related questions. You get much more than just reading a book, we will be there to help you and give you feedback.
The training also includes a four-part JSF project that you build throughout the training. The last parts shows you one of the ways to use JSF and Hibernate together.
I expect the pricing to stay the same, at $495 per student.
Drop me a note if you have any questions or looking for additional information.
I’m teaching a 3-day public JSF and JBoss RichFaces training in Portland, November 16-18th. It’s an excellent opportunity to quickly upgrade your skills and start using JSF and RichFaces to build Rich Internet Applications. There is a second track that is taught by Sang Shin and will cover topics such as Hibernate and Spring.
For more details, go to OpenSourceLive.
OpenSourceLive is starting the new year with trainings in Los Angeles (March 6,7,8) and San Diego (March 8,9,10). I will be teaching the AJAX course. Check out the website, http://www.opensourcelive.com (it will be updated shortly). It’s a great way to gain good experience with new technologies in short period of time. Send me an email if you have any questions about this training.
Check out Open Source Live seminar in Santa Clara, CA, October 6,7,8. It’s an intense 3-day hands-on seminar covering JSF, AJAX, Hibernate, Spring and EJB.
I will be teaching AJAX with JSF class on Sunday, October 8th, which nicely follows two classes taught by Kito Mann (the Author of JavaServer Faces in Action, editor of jsfcentral.com) JavaServer Faces and Advanced JavaServer Faces. I’ll show how AJAX fits very nicely with JSF.
Jonathan Wetherbee (lead for EJB development tools on Oracle’s JDeveloper IDE) will be covering EJB 3 and Chris Richardson (Author of POJOs in Action) will be teaching Hibernate and Spring