Boston, MA—O'Reilly Media announces the opening of a new training center in its downtown Boston office, in conjunction with an expansion of the company's in-person training program. The Boston Training Center offers intensive, hands-on courses on current critical technology topics, led by instructors from O'Reilly's unparalleled network of tech innovators and expert practitioners. To ensure that every participant gets personal attention, each course is limited to 40 people.
"Our new Boston Training Center is the perfect setting for the focused, interactive training courses we offer," said Laura Baldwin, President of O'Reilly Media. "Our instructors, all masters in their fields, infuse their courses with a rare mix of knowledge and hard-won wisdom. Students have uninterrupted time with instructors, in a small group setting. It's a great way to learn about a complex topic quickly. We aim for our students to head back to work with new skills and an understanding of how best to use them on the job."
The Boston Training Center Fall 2016 lineup includes:
- The Architecture of Microservices, Mark Richards, September 23
- Developing Web Apps with Angular 2 and TypeScript, Yakov Fai, September 29 & 30
- Go—Beyond the Basics, Brian Ketelsen, October 3 & 4
- Software Architecture Fundamentals, Neal Ford and Mark Richards, October 5 & 6
- Python—Beyond the Basics, Aaron Maxwell, October 10, 11 & 12
See the full schedule at http://www.oreilly.com/live-training/boston.html.
O'Reilly Boston Training Center 2 Avenue de Lafayette, 6th floor Boston, MA 02111 (Around the corner from the Downtown Crossing T stop) (617) 354-5800
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