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OCI to Deliver Half-Day Seminars on Leading Technology Topics in 2012
ST. LOUIS, MO - OCI, in partnership with Washington University's Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT), will deliver several half-day seminars on leading technology topics during 2012.
- Distributed Android App Development with Web Integration, April 2, 2012
Learn about common issues encountered when using a mobile device as part of a distributed system and see how the Android platform enables the development of advanced, distributed applications that integrate with Enterprise or Cloud-based web services.
- Embracing OCUnit, April 12, 2012
Learn about OCUnit and how it can be used for writing and maintaining quality unit tests in Apple's Xcode development environment for OS X and iOS applications.
- Creating Rich Internet Apps with jQuery and jQuery UI, April 27, 2012
- Google Web Toolkit: Engaging Web Interfaces in Java, May 9, 2012
- Spring 3.1: Introducing the Latest in Enterprise Java Development, May 21, 2012
Take a tour of the Core Spring framework and tools, see Spring in action, and discuss the latest development in and future directions of Spring.
- Managing Big Data with MongoDB, June 8, 2012
Learn the differences between NoSQL database management systems and traditional relational DBMS, then see how MongoDB can be used to support various use cases for managing "Big Data."
- Visualizing Your Data with Core Animation, June 21, 2012
Learn about Apple's Core Animation framework and how it can be used to achieve fluid animated data visualizations.
- Techniques for Programming with Concurrency, July 26, 2012
Learn about techniques for leveraging the power of today's multi-processor systems to achieve higher rates of performance, throughput, and scalability while avoiding problems commonly associated with concurrency.
Each information packed seminar is three hours in length and combines an engaging presentation, dynamic live demonstrations, and lots of Q&A. Each attendee receives three credit hours that may be applied as elective hours toward a CAIT Certificate of Advanced Studies. For more information on CAIT certificates, see the CAIT web site at cait.wustl.edu. Follow the links above to read the full description of each seminar, then click the "CAIT" link to register through CAIT's web site. Don't see what you're looking for? Then visit OCI's complete course catalog for more training offerings. All OCI courses can also be offered for private training events at your company or organization. Contact OCI for more information.