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J2EE Design Patterns courseware needed

 
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We are searching for courseware materials and/or instructor w/materials to deliver a workshop on J2EE Design Patters. Our current Java Design Patterns class is more about core Java and OO principles.
If interested, please contact Jason McChesney in our Toronto office at jmcchesney@protechtraining.com.
Thank you,
Scott
 
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Originally posted by Scott McFall:
We are searching for courseware materials and/or instructor w/materials to deliver a workshop on J2EE Design Patters. Our current Java Design Patterns class is more about core Java and OO principles.
If interested, please contact Jason McChesney in our Toronto office at jmcchesney@protechtraining.com.
Thank you,
Scott


1. are you willing to pay for the courseware?
2. where are the teaching opportunities?
3. what is the salary range for the instructing?
Jamie
a good start is Sun's site for articles/tutorials like Java BluePrints > Enterprise > Patterns
 
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