Apparently this class is full, but they will accept your application and might let you know of similar future classes. Be sure to include some experience info - apparently very experienced people get moved to the front of the line.
> Sun Educational Services has scheduled a four-day beta > teach of the "SL-425 "Architecting and Designing Java 2 > Platform, Enterprise Edition Applications" course > material. > > We are looking for candidates who can provide feedback > on > the technical content, credibility, accuracy, and flow > of > the course material (please see "Course Information" > below). > In return for your input and commitment to attending > this > teach, your attendance is free of charge. > > If you are unable to attend the beta, but would like to > recommend someone else that meets the prerequisites, > please > forward this email to them, with a copy to me. > > Summary > ________ > > What: SL-425 Architecting and Designing Java 2 > Platform, Enterprise Edition Applications > > When: Monday, May 22, - Thursday, May 25, 2000 > Start Time: 8:30 AM > End Time: 4:30 PM > > Location: Sun Microsystems, Inc., Broomfield, Colorado > > RSVP: By Friday, April 28, 2000 > mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org > > > To register for the beta teach, please email your > completed registration form (below) to Kay Wright at > email@example.com. Registrations will be > handled > on a first come, first served basis. Confirmations will > be sent no later than May 1, 2000. > > On behalf of Darlene.Khosrowpouer, Course Developer, and > Karen Ordorica, Project Manager, thank you for your time > and consideration. > > Regards, > Kay Wright > > -*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* > -*-*-* > > BETA TEACH ENROLLMENT FORM > SL-425 > Architecting and Designing Java 2 Platform, > Enterprise Edition Applications > > Name: > Job Title: > Company: > Address: > City: > State: > Zip: > Phone: > Fax: > Email Address: > Brief Description of Your Current Position: > > > -*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-* > > COURSE INFORMATION: > SL-425 Architecting and Designing Java 2 Platform, > Enterprise Edition Applications > > Building robust enterprise applications requires a > blueprint > that allows for rapid growth. In addition to learning > how to > scale applications, participants in "Architecting and > Designing Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition > Applications" > will learn how to address flexibility, performance, > maintainability, security, and manageability issues with > a > series of general guidelines. Through discussion groups, > participants will learn how to apply these guidelines > using > real-world architectures, frameworks and design patterns > to > create Java(TM) 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition > (J2EE(TM)) > applications. Based on the material found in the J2EE > companion book from Sun BluePrints "Designing Enterprise > Applications" and additional examples drawn from the > real-world experiences of Sun's Java Professional > Services, > this seminar provides a fast-track and immediately > applicable learning experience for system architects. > > > WHO CAN BENEFIT > > Enterprise application architects, system analysts, and > senior developers who require insight into the J2EE > "blueprint" model. This course will also be of interest > to > independent software vendors (ISVs) and consultants who > are > building, deploying, and interfacing with J2EE > applications. > > > PREREQUISITES > > To succeed fully in this course, students should be: > > * Experienced with the Java programming language > * Experienced with object-oriented design and analysis > * Experienced with UML and design processes (such as > Rational Unified Process) > * Familiar with distributed programming and multi-tier > architecture > * Experienced with designing real-world architectures > * Experienced with using design and architectural > patterns > * Interested in examining real-world architectures, > frameworks, and patterns to create J2EE solutions in > a legacy-based environment and how to avoid design > pitfalls > * Experienced with designing systems that use relational > or object databases > > > SKILLS GAINED > > Upon completion of this course, students should be able > to: > > * Describe best practices for developing multi-tier > architectures based on J2EE technology Create > multi-tier architectures based on J2EE technology > that are scalable, extensible, interoperable, and > secure > * List and define the tradeoffs in using different > architectural designs > * Describe well-known architectures > * Define typical architecture stages > * List and explain the capability and design goals of an > architecture > * Differentiate between architecture, design, > frameworks, > patterns, and idioms > * Explain the architectural process > * Describe the goals of the J2EE technology > * Describe the J2EE architecture > * Explain the goals of the Sun Blueprints(TM) Design > Guidelines for J2EE > * Explain the architecture for the sample blueprint > application > * Explain what best practices are used in the sample > blueprint application > * Explain how to define and use a J2EE framework > pattern template > > > ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ > ~ > Kay Wright 500 Eldorado > Boulevard > Project Coordinator M/S UMBRM01-209 > Sun Educational Services Broomfield, CO 80021 > Enterprise Services 303-272-5149 (x75149) > mailto:kay.wright@Central.sun.com > ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ > ~ [This message has been edited by Paul Wheaton (edited April 19, 2000).]