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News: Learn Enterprise Java this summer and get a free $300 gift

  1. THE MIDDLEWARE COMPANY ANNOUNCES FREE $300 GIFT CERTIFICATES TO BEST BUY ARE BEING GIVEN TO ALL PUBLIC COURSE STUDENTS

    AUSTIN, TX (BUSINESS WIRE) — June 12, 2002 — The Middleware Company, the leading provider of enterprise Java training and consulting, today announced a special promotion for summer Enterprise Java training courses. Students who register for any course happening in July, August, or September will receive a free $300 gift certificate to Best Buy.

    This gift certificate can be used to purchase anything that Amazon.com has to offer. Examples include..

    * Playing head-to-head games on a new X-box
    * Taking classy photos on a new digital camera
    * Getting a state-of-the-art Wireless LAN router for a home
    * Grooving to tunes on a portable MP3 player

    The Middleware Company is giving away these gift certificates as a special one-time summer promotion. The gift certificates serve as an extra benefit and reward for students to look forward to when they complete a 5-day intensive course on a subject that interests them.

    The summer schedule is now available for immediate registration. Students may choose from any of the following classes:

    EJB Essentials
    July 22-26, Denver CO
    Aug 5-9, Toronto Canada
    Aug 26-30, London England
    Aug 26-30, Munich Germany
    Sep 23-27, New York NY
    Sep 30-Oct 4, Chicago IL

    EJB for Architects
    July 22-26, Boston MA
    July 22-26, Dallas TX
    July 29-Aug 2, Chicago IL
    Aug 5-9, San Francisco CA
    Aug 5-9, Washington DC
    Aug 19-23, Atlanta GA
    Sep 2-6, London England
    Sep 2-6, Munich Germany
    Sep 23-27, Toronto Canada

    XML & Web Services
    July 29-Aug 2, Washington DC
    Sep 30-Oct 4, Atlanta GA

    These classes can help accelerate developers' careers, as well as help their companies' projects. With well-trained Enterprise Java programmers, organizations have a greater chance of getting projects completed faster, having well-architected systems, and successful projects. Because of this, often times organizations sponsor their developers to register into these classes.

    If you are a developer that may be interested, consider speaking to your manager about registering into our classes. You can find out more by visiting us on the web at:

     http://www.middleware-company.com/special/free300.shtml.

    You can also email us at:

     registration@middleware-company.com

    Or you can call (877) 866-JAVA.

    ABOUT THE MIDDLEWARE COMPANY

    The Middleware Company specializes in advanced enterprise Java technology training and consulting. Founded in 1998 to assist corporations migrating to the Java platform to improve the success of e-Commerce projects, it helps among the world's largest organizations including BEA, Oracle, Borland/Inprise, Cisco, Nextel, MetLife, Sterling Commerce, Standard & Poors, and many others to reduce risks and sustain cost-efficiency by building proficiency in a Java expertise. Instructors are expert architects with deep development experience and strong server-side skills, as well as notable thought leaders in the field. Services include on-site training in Java, EJB, J2EE, and XML-based Web Services, architecture consulting, and open enrollment courses held worldwide. Courseware is licensed outside North America. The Middleware Company also built and maintains TheServerSide.com, the leading online J2EE community.

  2. Hi
    I've noticed that this particular thread gets censored. Granted it will be off of the main page pretty soon and granted the middleware company owns The Serverside - but it is in bad taste to censor postings like this. People do notice! Instead of censoring, respond to the postings - you'd be a lot better off in the end.

    Cheers
    Ray