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Mary Taylor
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What training courses can you recommend for Eclipse? I've used it several months but would like to be a stronger user.
 
Carlos Valcarcel
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At the risk of shameless self-promotion: Trivera Technologies, where I work, has an Eclipse class. It is based on my Eclipse book, but spends plenty of time on the Java Development Tooling as well as open-source plug-ins to help speed up development.

http://www.triveratech.com/training/2004/TTcourses/ibm/TT490_EclipsePlugIns.htm

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Mary Taylor
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Thanks for posting the information; it's just the sort of course I would be looking for locally.
 
David Deans
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Betty, here's another source for Eclipse training. Also, InferData offers an Eclipse Modelling Framework (EMF) course that's relatively unique.

http://www.inferdata.com/training/java/eclipse.html
 
Dan Kehn
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Did somebody say shameless promotion? Oh, oh let me try!

Eclipse's community resources lists a number of public courses, among them (here it comes...) The Java Developer's Guide to Eclipse 3.0 Plug-in Development. Despite what the schedule may suggest, most of the courses are by request at the customers' location. Usually the course is taught by one of my co-authors (Pat, Jim, or Scott).
 
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