Web Dev Training Courses

Learn to build fully funcational web applications in Ruby on Rails Training class. Make them sexy in Ajax Training. Make all your CSS and XHTML valid. Have fun doing it!

Web Dev Training Courses

Advanced Python Training Course

How do the world's best engineering teams use Python?  What language features to they use, and how? How do you do test-driven development, leverage Python's object model, build concurrent servers, and more?  This course for experienced developers helps you take your expertise in Python to a whole new level.

Python Fundamentals Training Course

Python Fundamentals is a 4-5 day training course in the Python language and its many applications. The course covers the language itself, explains object-oriented as well as functional programming techniques, error handling, packaging, system and network programming, many of the Python extensions (libraries), as well as best practices. All concepts are explained through hands-on examples and exercises, so students learn by coding in Python.

Ruby on Rails Training Course

This 5-day Ruby on Rails Training Course combines two of our most popular courses into a one week long workshop. The first part of this course is 2 Days of Ruby. The second part is 3 days of Rails. You will learn to put your web development on Rails. Experience the Rails way of approaching web applications and see how you'll be able to spend less time configuring and more time developing.

Starting with the basics of Ruby and Rails, you'll learn the full Rails' MVC stack, testing techniques, Ajax and even web services. We'll work through the full life-cycle of a Rails project, giving you experience with all facets of a typical app.

Ruby on Rails Administration Training Course

Ruby on Rails Administration training course covers the ins-and-outs of managing Ruby on Rails applications in a production environment.

Students will learn about the pros and cons of various server configurations and how to build them out, deploying new versions of Rails applications at the push of a button, monitoring, performance tuning, security-proofing, and scaling your Rails application to meet real-world demands.

Fundamentals of XML Training Course

The Fundamentals of XML is an introductory course in the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) technology.

The course will introduce participants to the fundamentals of XML for use in content management, web development, and data processing. Its hands-on approach will cover relevant XML tools and technologies such as XML Schema (XSD), DTD, XPath, XQuery, and DOM, and will show how to apply these techniques to real world applications.

Fundamentals of XSL Training Course

Using XML with XSL course gives an introduction to the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) technology with the eXtensible Stylesheet Languages (XSL) for use in platform-independent management of mixed data and content.

The course will provide participants with an overview of XML fundamentals and then focus on hands-on training in XML Namespaces, XML Querying with XPath and XQuery, XML Formatting with XSL-FO, XML Transformation with XSLT, and XML Linking with XLink and XPointer.

XML and XSL Bootcamp Training Course

Mastering XML and XSL is a five-day course that provides participants with comprehensive training in the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) technologies for use in management, development, and processing of diverse data and content.

Through its expanded hands-on approach, the course will cover relevant XML and XSL tools and technologies including XML Schema (XSD), DTD, SAX, DOM, XML Namespaces, XPath, XQuery, XSL-FO, XSLT, XLink, XPointer, XForms, and will explain and demonstrate how to apply these techniques to industrial problem scenario.

XHTML with CSS Training Course

XHTML Training course provides a solid overview of XHTML, CSS and JavaScript. It is intended for designers who are already familiar with HTML basics and want to move on to the XHTML standard.

Learn the XHTML including CSS and JavaScript and how they come together to create a more strict HTML standard that displays well in most browsers, including mobile devices such as cell phones and PDAs.