Advanced Blazor

  21 hours

Blazor WebAssembly

  14 hours

Introduction to Blazor

  14 hours

It was a compact and well delivered one.

Antonio Rojas [IIS 8 and ASP.NET Administration]

I appreciated Folio's wide breadth of knowledge. Not only was he familiar with the course content, but he also knew of constructs in languages we were familiar with to make examples more meaningful to us. During intervals he shared his knowledge of technologies and solutions outside the training scope to provide insights into other solutions we could use in future (and future training).

Raphael Keymer - Markit Valuations Limited [Developing Desktop Applications with Visual Studio 2012, VB.NET and SQL Server 2012]

I generally was benefit from the hands-on training.

Robert Badeloe [IIS 7 and ASP.NET Administration]

I generally liked the serialization in one line.

Tomasz Kawecki [Programming in C#]

I liked the advanced subjects about object orientation.

Jorge Romero [Programming in C#]

I really liked the good pacing, good analysis.

Żurański Kacper [Programming in C#]

All the knowledge acquired through the training sessions.

Jorge Romero [Programming in C#]

I really enjoyed the practical exercises.

Marcin Kocikowski [Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017]

I genuinely enjoyed the workshop approach Tasks.

Mateusz Juszczak [Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017]

I mostly was benefit from the trainer knowledge :).

Krzysztof Jeżewicz [Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017]

I generally enjoyed the many useful and practical examples.

Daria Skalniak [Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017]

I mostly liked the trainer knowledge and approach.

Piotr Kucharski [Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017]

I generally was benefit from the exercise during training.

Wilkie Yu [UIPath: Deploying a Robotic Workforce]

That it was very practical.

FreelyIT [RabbitMQ with .NET]

The Practical side of the course - the whole point of an instructor is to have someone to call on when difficulties are encountered. Definitions of Scrum and Product Owners etc. can be studied without the need for an instructor. But using Visual Studio, getting Specflow up and running and using it right - these are the elements of training that require an instructor. These practical hand-on exercises are the elements I liked the most. I would have liked more of this.

- FNZ Holidings Limited [SpecFlow: Implementing BDD for .NET]

I enjoyed the feature file and corresponding steps creation.

- FNZ Holidings Limited [SpecFlow: Implementing BDD for .NET]

The ambiance. It was a nice training.

Natascha Hazeleger - Stichting Mitros [UIPath: Deploying a Robotic Workforce]

I like learning of the features of UIPath

Jan Jirka Rijsdijk - Stichting Mitros [UIPath: Deploying a Robotic Workforce]

open any SW which I have in my computer to find data and operate with the data

Jessica Zhou [UIPath:部署机器人劳动力]

Recap of programming concepts and exercises (but not everyone did enjoy it cause they are not familiar with basics of programming).

- Playn'Go Ph Inc [C# for Automation Test Engineers]

The pacing is just right and Swarna covered almost everything about UIPath.

Arianne Grace Dave - White & Case Global Operations Center (Manila) LLP [UIPath: Deploying a Robotic Workforce]

Exercises

Eva Leung - 广州长濑贸易有限公司 [UIPath:部署机器人劳动力]

I liked how the examples lead to the next. You are able to use what you learnt in the previous segment in the next.

Sacha Mannion - BeyondTrust [C# for Automation Test Engineers]

I liked when it ended. I liked the free lunch my company provided

- BeyondTrust [C# for Automation Test Engineers]

Manpreet(Trainer ) was well prepared and he knows what is doing and teaching.

AIP Publishing [RabbitMQ with .NET]

All of the topic are interested.

ASALUS CORPORATION (Intellicare) [Introduction to UiPath RPA - Three Day Workshop]

It covered the subjects i had hoped based upon the training outline. I liked how Collin build the "programs" while explaining it to see how it works. This makes you encounter some basic mistakes like typing errors, forgetting to declare a variable and such so you know what to look for when programming on your own.

Bart Boeckx - FLUVIUS SYSTEM OPERATOR CVBA [C# for Automation Test Engineers]

She’s friendly nd so nice and kindly also she help me to understand

Fatemah Alhumydan - ELM [C# for Automation Test Engineers]

It was interactive, I could ask many questions and the instructor would modify his lecture to answer my questions

Cynthia Rodriguez - RoyalRoads University [Programming using ASP.NET MVC 4]

Learning about C# and it's capabilities.

Braintree by Vox Telecom (Pty) Ltd [Programming in C#]

he was enthusiastic, and did try to liven people up.

Preshan Seethal - Braintree by Vox Telecom (Pty) Ltd [Programming in C#]

I feel my expectations were completly missed with training agenda. Training was way to complex as for ‚Introduction’ in my opinion. But i don’t think it is trainer who agreed scope of training, rather our side we set agenda

GE Medical Systems Polska Sp. Z O.O. [Introduction to UiPath RPA - Three Day Workshop]

zaangażowanie i wiedza trenera, praktyczne przykłady i porównanie produktów z rynku,

GE Medical Systems Polska Sp. Z O.O. [Introduction to UiPath RPA - Three Day Workshop]

I appreciate the way training was handled, that different training topics were covered when going through an example. Trainer is well experienced and knowledgeable with the subject.

Abdur Raafiu Mohamed Farook - Emerson Process Management [Programming in C#]

getting programming knowledge refreshed

Malcolm Mikkelsen - Emerson Process Management [Programming in C#]

getting programming knowledge refreshed

Malcolm Mikkelsen - Emerson Process Management [Programming in C#]





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