Polymorph Systems has scheduled their two flagship Java courses for October and November this year.
The Java Intermediate course will be presented in their new training facilities in Worcester, South Africa, from 18 to 21 October.
There is an early-bird special on this course: if you register before 15 September 2010, you will get a huge 20% discount on the course fees.
The very exclusive Java Master course will run from 22 to 25 November 2010, also in Worcester.
And for those interested in the overview of the courses, read this:
Java Intermediate Course
Our Java Intermediate course is aimed at developers who feel they got a basic understanding of Java and OO, and would like to learn more about topics like multi-threading, generics, annotations, a design pattern or two, network and database programming, and a bit of reflection to round it off.
This course is extremely practical oriented, and also discuss the use of unit-testing (JUnit) and basics of logging.
This course is based on The JavaSpecialist Java SE course material. We added a lot more programming exercises and some more advanced topics.
Java Master Course
This is easily the best Java course in existence. It is meant for intermediate to advanced Java programmers, and tackle very interesting topics on multi-threading and concurrent programming, performance tuning and optimization, data structures, the NIO library and lots more.
The trainer (Herman Lintvelt) has been hand-trained by Dr Heinz Kabutz (the author of the course) in Crete, Greece, and is one of only a select few in the world that is qualified to present this course, and the only one in Africa.
This is a very intense and challenging course, and the amount you will learn is extremely valuable – to your company and your own career.
Read here why you should consider this course, and what the prerequisites are.
Students who successfully complete the course will get a certificate from The JavaSpecialists, issued by Heinz Kabutz.
Please contact us if you have enquiries about the course.