As leaves change color, so do our interests. We’ve been pretty busy carefully planning a new course catalog, scheduling upcoming IT Architect Workshops, and updating and enhancing our class lab exercises. The book edits have gone on the back burner, and a complete change to the Architect Boot Camp website are imminent.
We try to do the best we can to respond to the needs of those who want to attend our public education offerings, and these changes have been included in the 2008 Fall Catalog:
IT Architect Boot Camp Workshop (IAB)
date has now been scheduled for October 20-22 in Winnipeg. There was good demand for this class, and I’m really pleased that many are interested in learning what it takes to be a great IT Architect from the ground up.
Solution Architect Boot Camp Workshop (SAB) is now shortened, and scheduled for October 23-24 in Winnipeg. We’ve added Solution Architecture labs to the Information Architect Boot Camp class, and putting these two classes together during the same week made a good deal of sense based on the feedback we were receiving.
Technical Architect Boot Camp Workshop (TAB) – the Public class has been postponed until January; Please enquire about our in-house group classes if you have a group interested in receiving this training before then.
The Intro to Architect Boot Camp Workshop (iAB) – the public class cancelled – and we are pleased to announce that an online version will be available shortly – expected date October, 2008**
The Executive Architect Boot Camp Workshop (XAB) public class has been cancelled – the online version is available – expected date October, 2008**
We will do our best to get these online classes up and ready for October – it seems that many have attended these locally and are looking for the next steps.
If you have six or more individuals interested in these classes, enquire about our group in-house sessions for any location. Courses can then be customized for your industry vertical and specific requirements, and date preferences.
More locations are under review for late fall 2008 and early 2009.
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