What are the differences between the online training and in person training?
Looking at Udemy online training, it looks as if you are now charging ($149 course fee) for something that was previously free?
I would like to attend the boot camp, but I am being asked to justify the expense or necessity if online training is available.
The online course is at a minimal fee as we are an open source company and I hope you can’t expect that everything be free right?
As for the major differences, is that the in-person training is totally different than online. First of all you have the interactivity with the students and instructor (me ), but it is much more structured to take you from the ground up. You can see the outline of the courses here: http://www.coldbox.org/documents/courses/cbox101-CourseDatasheet.pdf
It also covers a gradual progression from introduction to OOP, modern architecture, to framework introduction and so much more.
I totally understand about Udemy and no I don’t expect everything to be free (you gotta eat too
Like I said in the post, they want me to justify the expense (which I am going to take the course outline to them).
Hopefully, I can get them to approve and will get to meet you in May. I can tell you, I definitely need help, I understand the concepts, but putting them into practice is a real head scratch-er.
No problem Gary, I am at my computer now so I am adding a few sheets for you. As you will see, they are intense 3 days of training, that will take you from the ground up without all the hurdles of not being able to just ask questions like you can on-site.
Hope this helps
Luis F. Majano
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cbox204-CourseDatasheet.pdf (130 KB)
cbox101-CourseDatasheet.pdf (186 KB)