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ColdBox Training Last Call!

Luis Majano October 18, 2010

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Luis Majano

October 18, 2010

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The Coldbox Training registration will only be open for 3 more days, so if you would like to participate in our 2 or 3 day training you better hurry.  We also have some great promotions like our 50% off promotion for students, education institutions and non-profit organizations.  What do you do? Just follow this link: http://coldbox.eventbrite.com/?discount=halfit and book your training at 50% off. We will then contact you to prove yourself worthy!

We also have our last minute discounts: http://coldbox.eventbrite.com/?discount=cboxrulez

So if you will be in Los Angeles or need to sharpen your ColdFusion, OO, architecture and ColdBox Skillz!  This training is for you!

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