TLCC adds new intermediate LotusScript course
The Learning Continuum Company (TLCC) in Boca Raton, Fla. has introduced a new distance learning course for Notes and Domino developers who want to hone their skills in LotusScript. "R5 Intermediate LotusScript for Notes and Domino" can be downloaded from the TLCC Web site and installed on a local Notes workstation. The course, the second R5 LotusScript offering from TLCC, provides real-life demonstrations and activities and can be purchased for a special rate of $999 until Oct. 31.
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Instruction Set introduces Web-based training for XML
Natick, Mass.-based Instruction Set, Inc., an education service provider, has introduced Web-based XML programming courses. The bundle of offerings consists of nine courses between three and five hours long designed to prepare participants to develop complex, multi-tier applications using XML. The topics covered include schema creation, XML parsing, DOM manipulation, display rendering with XSL and document linking with XLink and XPointer.
Lotus business partner Coheris makes SmartMoves with acquisition
Coheris group, an IT services company and European IBM/Lotus business partner, has acquired SmartMoves, a Zurich, Switzerland-based product development and consulting firm. SmartMoves has a suite of Microsoft Office/Lotus Notes integration products and a worldwide client list.
University of Toronto opts not to use LearningSpace
The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies has decided to use Intuitive Networks' Prometheus as its online learning software platform. The decision comes after a four-year search, during which time the school considered using Lotus LearningSpace. The school said flexibility in design and cost gave Prometheus the edge.
TurboLinux/IBM seminars set
TurboLinux, Inc., a provider of Linux software clustering solutions and Linux internationalization, and IBM are teaming up for a series of seminars to showcase the latest enterprise solutions for Linux. Called "Mission Possible," the seminars will take place throughout October and November in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York, Dallas and Chicago. The demonstrations will include Linux solutions for Lotus Domino, IBM's WebSphere Application Server, and the IBM DB2 Universal Database.
To register visit http://www.turbolinux.com/missionpossible.html.
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