SPUG: Perl Programming class - 1/8-10 in Kent

Michael R. Wolf MichaelRWolf at att.net
Mon Jan 1 22:59:37 PST 2007

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In a rare local appearance, I will be leading a "Perl Programming" class
next week in Kent.

It's a basic 3-day intro class, with hands-on lab, that I've been teaching
across the US and in Canada for a vendor who I've worked with for 8 or so
years.  About every 12-18 months, it gets offered in Seattle.  Next week is
such an occasion.

If you'd like to learn the basics or fill in some holes in your own
home-grown knowledge, this could be a great opportunity for you.  It's a
small class that got put together on short notice, so there will be plenty
of one-on-one time, and opportunities to pursue "off-syllabus" interests.

Seats are still available.  Operators are standing by...   :-)

No, you don't need to order by midnight tonight...   :-)

But don't delay, either.  Sorry for the short notice.  I just found out
about it on Friday.  Email me or call me on 206-782-8377 if you'd like more
enrollment information.

  3-day Perl Programming: 1495
  5-day Perl Programming + CGI/DBI: $2395

Hope to see you there.

Michael Wolf

P.S.  The 3-day class is followed by a 2-day add-on that covers references,
CGI, and DBI.

P.P.S.  Enrollment's not limited to locals.  We get folks from as far away
as the East Coast of US or Canada.  For example, I recently had a student
who worked for a Bellevue company fly in from Georgia.  We can get a good
rate for the flight/hotel.  Let you out of town friends/colleagues know.  It
may be a good reason for them to combine a business (or personal) trip with
some training.

Michael R. Wolf
    All mammals learn by playing!
        MichaelRWolf at att.net

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