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february

26feb9:00 am- 5:00 pmJavaFX for Swing ApplicationsAs the official successor of Java Swing, JavaFX provides a powerful platform for “Rich Internet Desktop” applications.

27feb9:00 am- 5:00 pmJavaFX For Sophisticated User InterfacesAs the official successor of Java Swing, JavaFX provides a powerful platform for “Rich Internet Desktop” applications.

28feb - 2marfeb 289:00 ammar 2JavaFX for business applicationsParticipants will learn how to use the capabilities of JavaFX to design graphical rich user interfaces.

march

28feb - 2marfeb 289:00 ammar 2JavaFX for business applicationsParticipants will learn how to use the capabilities of JavaFX to design graphical rich user interfaces.

6mar - 7mar 69:00 ammar 7JavaFX Enterprise with OpenDolphinJava developers learn how to build enterprise-grade JavaFX applications with OpenDolphin.

21mar9:00 am- 5:00 pmFrege KickstartFollowing this course, you will learn purely functional programming in the Haskell style, brought to the JVM through the Frege project.

22mar - 23mar 229:00 ammar 23GroovyParticipants will be able to benefit from the de facto standard for dynamic languages on the Java platform.

april

9apr - 10apr 99:00 amapr 10GriffonGriffon puts the ideas of the MVC concept (model - view - controller), the Swing Application framework (JSR 296) and the Bean Binding ramework (JSR 295) into practice – simply and elegantly.

16apr - 17apr 169:00 amapr 17Reactive and Asynchronous JavaReactive and Asynchronous applications are growing in popularity, but what is the best way to build them? This course teaches you how to apply the latest concurrency techniques to develop state of the art Java applications.

16apr - 17apr 169:00 amapr 17GradleParticipants will learn the basics for working with Gradle as a build tool for common project stereotypes.

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