BizTalk Server Spring Deep Dive Training Offer


These are the courses we sponsored for free for a number of iterations. Feedback from partners who attended these was super positive.  Indeed if you attended feel free to leave comments in this blog entry.  The quicklearn team is running a discount for the paid classes in May and June. Read below:


As a valued BizTalk partner, we’d like to offer you a special $1000 discount on BizTalk deep-dive training. This offer is available to the first 30 registrations only and subject to available seats in each location.  The BizTalk Deep Dive training course is designed to provide experienced BizTalk developers with advanced skills for building complex BizTalk integration solutions. This 5-day course provides a total immersion into advanced BizTalk Server 2004 messaging, systems integration, and orchestration development.


Course Info:       http://www.quicklearn.com/deepdivepromo.htm


When:               5/16 | Days: 5 | Hours: 8:30a – 6:00p  Location: Redmond, WA


6/6 | Days: 5 | Hours: 8:30a – 6:00p Location: Redmond, WA 


          6/27 | Days: 5 | Hours: 8:30a – 6:00p Location: Boston, MA


Cost:                $2995.00 (*$1,995.00 with the promotional discount) 


Comments (3)

  1. Drew says:

    Ok, so I’m just finishing up the last day on the deep dive training… If you want to really know BizTalk, you have to learn about what happens under the hood. Coupled with learning this information from experienced instructors, having a room full of experts with real world experience, and with potential guest speakers from folks on the BizTalk team (Mike, Scott & Lee paid us a visit this time around) this course will be invaluable.

    Great job guys, let’s hope MS Learning will follow suit with some of the other products!

    — Andrew

    andrew.bryson@no-spam-pls.cgi.com

  2. nikolai says:

    I attended the course in Sydney and John Callaway did an excellent job of presenting the material. I think the biggest benefit I received was having approaches that I use validated, exposure to adapters I had not used like MQSeries + Sharepoint, and loads of design and performance tips. It was also a good opportunity to ask those tough design/best approach questions.

    The content could have been a little more in-depth in places, custom pipelines and rules engine could have had a lot more attention. But we would have needed another week if we were to cover everything =)

    Regards Nikolai