Trainings – Events

october

19oct - 20oct 199:00 amoct 20GriffonGriffon 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.

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 17GradleParticipants will learn the basics for working with Gradle as a build tool for common project stereotypes.

 

 

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