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Hinchcliffe & Company Announces Web 2.0 University

Will Train Top Executives, IT Experts, Programmers And Developers And Other Business Leaders

Web 2.0 University, offering fast-paced, highly intensive courses taught by renowned Web 2.0 advocate Dion Hinchcliffe and a team of experts will begin accepting registrations immediately, Kate Allen, Hinchcliffe & Company's Chief Operating Officer said.
Web 2.0 has been creating enormous “buzz” in the industry for months as new applications and sites have popped up with increasing regularity. Now Web 2.0 University will train top executives, IT experts, programmers and developers and other business leaders how to use Web 2.0’s “power of the user” to effectively transform their businesses.

Web 2.0 University will accept registrations online at http://web20university.com. Web 2.0 University also features an opportunity for interested businesses to tailor their own curriculum and course load by contacting [email protected] to have Web 2.0 courses conducted on-site.

The first Bootcamps will be held on December 12th and 13th at Hinchcliffe & Company corporate headquarters in the beautiful Carlyle Center in historic Alexandria, Virginia.

Web 2.0 University classes and seminars are held around the world in a variety of convenient locations and dates through 2006 and 2007. Hinchcliffe & Company locates education solutions near convenient transportation and only uses world-class facilities, such as the state-of-the-art training facility at the corporate headquarters at the Carlyle Center in beautiful downtown Alexandria, Virginia.

The core of Web 2.0 University’s curriculum are five separate courses, the first to be offered are premier “Bootcamps.” The next will be Enterprise 2.0 Academy, which will provide real-world, hands on information about how to transform Enterprises.

Web 2.0 Bootcamp is an intensive day-long course that provides a thorough grounding in Web 2.0 and explores the revolutionary ideas, trends and techniques behind Web 2.0. The Web 2.0 Bootcamp provides an understanding of the structure and underpinnings of Web 2.0, how Web 2.0 is specifically applied to network software, and why 2.0 sites often grow exponentially compared to traditional sites. A discussion of how to apply these techniques with real-world examples concludes the day-long seminar.

AJAX Bootcamp is another fast-paced one-day training program created for Web architects and designers. Through hands-on Web development, this session shows attendees how to build compelling, user-friendly AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) based Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). A thorough discussion of the latest techniques and best practices in RIAs allows attendees to create highly addictive websites and applications.

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