[jboss-user] [Beginner's Corner] - Re: JBoss 6 or 7 training

Shahryar Gilani do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Feb 16 22:59:29 EST 2012

Shahryar Gilani [https://community.jboss.org/people/shaytune] created the discussion

"Re: JBoss 6 or 7 training"

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The different webinars and online documentation is vastly improved over older versions. However, there is a reason why training is important. 

Not only are students introduced to new concepts and features in a class room setting, they also get trained by industry experts with Real World vs Hello World experience.

If you look at the training outline:  http://www.opensourcearchitect.com/education/jboss http://www.opensourcearchitect.com/education/jboss, you will notice that not only is the latest JBoss 7.1.Final version covered, but also management, deployment, architectural, and migration concepts are explained through practical labs in an instructor lead setting.

As far as Red Hat training is concerned, it is the number 2 source of revenue for Red Hat. There is a reason for this, because the documentation is lacking information provided in the training. 

If manuals, wiki pages, and videos are so awesome, then why get a colledge education and what's the point of going to class?

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