BizTalk 2006 Training with QUICKLEARN?

While I was over in Redmond a couple of weeks ago, I caught up with Ginny Simmons from QuickLearn. I have been wanting to bring QuickLearn back to Australia / NZ to deliver some deep dive BizTalk 2006 courses, but really need to get some momentum here locally (i.e. partners and customers registering their interest / willingness to attend)! What struck my interest was the BizTalk courses they now have on offer….

  • Building SOA Solutions
  • BizTalk Server 2006 Quickstart
  • BizTalk Server 2006 DeepDive (R2)
  • BizTalk Server 2006 RFID QuickStart

I’m really keen to try and organise an RFID course here locally in Aus….. I need to liaise with Ginny to determine when the schedule starts, but please let me know if you are keen and I’ll see what I can get organised. Check out the brochure here

Comments (6)
  1. Thiago says:

    Woa woa, I’d be much interested in attending to those here in Auckland if you’re able to get them to come around.

  2. Garry Trinder says:

    Hey Thiago… Thanks for letting me know..

    I’m getting some good internal feedback already and I did post this to the internal Aussie and NZ guys… and they have started to express interest already. I’ll ping the NZ guys…

  3. Anil Kumar says:

    Hey Chris,

    I am keen to know more about this. I am based in auckland and actively seeking more info on Biztalk and RFID.



  4. Garry Trinder says:

    Hey Anil.

    So it now appears as though Microsoft Australia (at this stage) will now service their training via local providers (not via Quicklearn.) I had a lengthy dicussion with the internal team regarding this. It looks like you’ll have to try to build some momentum with local NZ customers / partners to try to get them over. I suggest you email my colleague in NZ (you may already know him) Scott Allen who is an app plat specialist. Email me directly on and I’ll send you his details.



  5. Sunny says:

    I am very much interested training schedule of BizTalk. currently I live in Auckland, NZ


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