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About Spring Jumpstart - eLearn online course

 
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Hi guys,

the below link is for an online Spring Framework training.
http://www.springpeople.com/courses/elearning/e-sjs.php

has anyone taken this online course?
If yes, do you recommend this?

Regards
Amith
 
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Hi Amith,

I had not heard of that course, but one I do know of is:
http://virtualpairprogrammers.com

I've already taken their Java Web Development course and quite liked it. They also have a Spring Fundamentals course, and one for Spring MVC and Webflow. (Their Spring courses use Spring 3.0)

Cheers,
Sean


Amith Mahalin wrote:Hi guys,

the below link is for an online Spring Framework training.
http://www.springpeople.com/courses/elearning/e-sjs.php

has anyone taken this online course?
If yes, do you recommend this?

Regards
Amith

 
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Hi Amith,

I did Spring Jumpstart - very well designed with excellent content. And most importantly - very helpful instructors, always replied back promptly to my emails with real life examples. This learning experience was so much richer and different from the ebooks and dvds that I had used earlier to learn other topics where I was left on my own; and at times stuck and helpless. For me the experience was almost like a class room training.

And the best part was - I registered for this course during Spring 2.5. But as soon as Spring 3.0 got released the content was updated immediately and consequently I was coding on Spring 3.0 before any of my colleagues.

Would highly recommend.

~Ben


Amith Mahalin wrote:Hi guys,

the below link is for an online Spring Framework training.
http://www.springpeople.com/courses/elearning/e-sjs.php

has anyone taken this online course?
If yes, do you recommend this?

Regards
Amith

 
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Ben,

What was the cost of the course? I was curious, but couldn't find mention of it on that site.

Cheers,
Sean


Ben Corret wrote:Hi Amith,

I did Spring Jumpstart - very well designed with excellent content. And most importantly - very helpful instructors, always replied back promptly to my emails with real life examples. This learning experience was so much richer and different from the ebooks and dvds that I had used earlier to learn other topics where I was left on my own; and at times stuck and helpless. For me the experience was almost like a class room training.

And the best part was - I registered for this course during Spring 2.5. But as soon as Spring 3.0 got released the content was updated immediately and consequently I was coding on Spring 3.0 before any of my colleagues.

Would highly recommend.

~Ben

 
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Yes, I've also checked SpringPeople website(http://www.springpeople.com) for their online course.
Did you look at the demo of the virtual class they have given, I quiet liked that.

I've taken their Core Spring classroom training and that's unparalleled. I think they've structured this eLearning course on those standards.

All in all, looking at their high standards of training delivery and their direct association with SpringSource as training delivery partners, I feel this course will be up to the mark.

But this is my personal opinion, based on my past experience, you might like to speak to them personally and understand clearly before registering for the course.

Demo can be viewed on the following link: http://www.springpeople.com/courses/elearning/e-sjs.php

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I paid $552, but I guess they are giving some discounts because my friend registered couple of weeks back for about $440.

~Ben


Sean Cull wrote:Ben,

What was the cost of the course? I was curious, but couldn't find mention of it on that site.

Cheers,
Sean


Ben Corret wrote:Hi Amith,

I did Spring Jumpstart - very well designed with excellent content. And most importantly - very helpful instructors, always replied back promptly to my emails with real life examples. This learning experience was so much richer and different from the ebooks and dvds that I had used earlier to learn other topics where I was left on my own; and at times stuck and helpless. For me the experience was almost like a class room training.

And the best part was - I registered for this course during Spring 2.5. But as soon as Spring 3.0 got released the content was updated immediately and consequently I was coding on Spring 3.0 before any of my colleagues.

Would highly recommend.

~Ben

 
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