BizTalk 2006 R2 Training in Mel/Syd Australia in April 2007


Dimension Data Learning Services (DDLS) and Breeze Training (aka Mick Badran and co) have worked in collaboration to put together some public training courses next year (April 07 / May 07) on BizTalk Server 2006 R2.

Sydney:        16th April - 19th April 2007

Melbourne:   21st May - 24th May 2007

Target Audience: Developers and IT professionals with previous experience working with BizTalk 2002/2004 .Net development. (Level 300/400)

This 4-day workshop provides developers with the tools to upgrade their 2002/4 skills and perform advanced orchestrations and training partner management. You will learn to use BAS and SSO, practice developing, managing and customizing adapters and creating custom pipeline components, all within BizTalk rules. This workshop also explores the new features of BizTalk R2 including developing & consuming WCF Services (Windows Communication Foundation) for BizTalk.

Check out more deatils here: http://www.ddls.com.au/VendCourseDet/MS+/6/BIZTR2BT.htm


Comments (2)
  1. Appears as though the Microsoft Readiness Crew have teamed up with Breeze Training to deliver some BizTalk

  2. Listrio Koeshandiono says:

    Dear Sir,

    My name is LISTRIO KOESHANDIONO I’m working for the Indonesian Goverment as Staff:

    Department of Registration & Land Right in Surabaya office (Java Island)We have some new regulation in our procedure.due to that problem our offices would like to send 2 candidate to attending the trainning. do you have a contact number? that you can provide to us along with person in charge,fax number and payment procedure, according to the Biz Talk Trainning you publish on your BLOG.then, we can make arrangement

    Please fax to us : +6221-8643356 or

    Contact No.      : +6221-99222100

    Email Address    : listrio68.bpnsurabaya@yahoo.com

    We wait for your reply as soon as possible

    Thank you very much for your cooperation

    B’Regards

    Listrio Koeshandiono. SH

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