No Contract Instructor Regurgitating Someone Else's Materials! Learn from the Expert!

Bangalore, March 31, 2010: The best of India's Java and RIA programmers have learnt the subject from Marty's seminal books Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (first and second editions), More Servlets and JavaServer Pages, and Core Web Programming (first and second editions) from Prentice Hall and Sun Microsystems Press. Now is the opportunity to meet him and learn from him first-hand. From 26-28 April in Bangalore, India, attend a practical, hands-on training on Ajax and RIAs personally developed and taught by leading Java EE and Ajax developer, speaker, and author Marty Hall

"Ajax" designates the set of techniques that enable Web applications to asynchronously update small portions of the pages based on server-side data. First popularized by Google, these techniques are now being widely applied in Web applications, and increase the performance, flexibility, richness, and interactivity of Web sites and Web-based applications. However, Ajax programming is complex and poorly understood. In the course, for client-side code, the class uses jQuery, the single-most widely used JavaScript library. For server-side code, the class uses Java. The class also covers foundational topics like JavaScript programming, core Ajax approaches, XML and JSON data handling, and Ajax development and debugging tools.

Marty has taught Ajax, GWT, and Java EE courses onsite for dozens of organizations in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Japan, Puerto Rico, India, and the Philippines, all to rave reviews. The course consists of an approximately equal mixture of lecture and hands-on lab time and assumes that all students have moderate-to-strong Java skills and at least a little bit of experience with Web apps in Java (servlets and/or JSP). The course does not assume any previous exposure to Ajax, nor does it presume JavaScript knowledge.

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