Vaadin Trainings go online
The 2-day Vaadin Fundamentals course is going to be arranged online for the first time on June 17th and 18th. It has the same content as the onsite Vaadin Fundamentals but it will take place online through Google Hangout. Vaadin Fundamentals will teach you the essentials of Vaadin, with hands-on workshops and examples at the center stage that ensure you learn.
As this is the first online course so far, we will welcome the 6 first lucky participants and you’ll get a 30% discount of the normal price.
From Advanced to Extending Vaadin...
Advanced Vaadin has seen an evolutionary iteration with the new course being more centered on application lifecycle and custom containers, something many have asked for. In Advanced Vaadin, you’ll learn to develop full fledged Vaadin applications from bootstrap to data binding. When you sign up for both Fundamentals and Advanced you’re also entitled to a Vaadin Certification exam.
At the same time, we’ve also split out the client-side GWT part into its own 1-day course called Extending Vaadin. In this course you’ll learn how to create your own custom components, debug client-side code and learn how the communication protocol between client and server works. Both new courses are starting in September 2014, so enroll today to ensure your spot!
New places, familiar faces
We’ve also expanded into whole new regions. During the first half of the year, we arranged Vaadin trainings in 13 different locations and now we’re expanding even more! Vaadin is going to visit you in Italy, Spain, Finland, Switzerland, California US, Luxembourg, Poland, Croatia, Germany, Montreal CA, Austria, Texas US, France, Belgium and Illinois US. So make sure you secure your spot while they still last and while you’re entitled to the early-bird price!
Vaadin Trainings – The best way to get started with Vaadin
Fredrik Rönnlund has been working at Vaadin Ltd since 2008. Today he works as the Batman of Vaadin Marketing, helping create meaningful content to the Vaadin users by day and fighting evil bugs by night. You can follow him on Twitter – @freducom