Stephan van Hulst wrote:If you're not a beginner, both courses look a little disappointing, looking at the topics they could be about instead. For instance, in the first course, the topics of concurrency, and networking would be much more interesting than the topic of collections.
Are these courses offered by different institutes? Are they set up the same way? How long do the courses take? What is your own take on these two?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:€1200 is no slight sum if the course isn't any good. Have you phoned to ask for more details? How does that material match your current skill set? Can you get more practice by other methods, e.g. creating projects, or frequent posting on this sort of forum?
Kevin Mckeon wrote:
Beginner - https://www.onlc.com/outline.asp?loc=NYMG&ccode=XJPI70
Intermediate - https://www.onlc.com/outline.asp?loc=NYMG&ccode=XJPM70
Advanced - https://www.onlc.com/outline.asp?loc=NYMG&ccode=XJPM70
Kevin Mckeon wrote:Maybe my €1200 would be better spent on a solid book, a laptop upgrade, a few concentrated Udemy courses and self study plan/project that I implement over 12 weeks or so.
Those courses do look better. Unfortunately they include things like RMI and threads (rather than Executors) which make me wonder whether they are quite up to date. There is a little overlap between the beginning and intermediate courses.
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