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January 06, 2012

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We are very happy to announce 3 training courses before this year's OpenCFSummit in Garland, Texas next month: http://coldbox.eventbrite.com/.  We will be holding the courses at the Hyatt Place Dallas Garland which is the same hotel as the conference and a few minutes away from the Special Event Center. 

We will be offering the following courses side by side on February 21st and 22nd and then 1 course on February 23rd.  We also have special discounts for students, non-profits and OpenCFSummit attendees.  So if you qualify on any of those categories, e-mail us at training@coldbox.org to receive your discount codes.

We also have a $99 negotiated rate with the Hyatt Place, so call in to +1 972 414 3500  in order to receive the discounted rate.

CBOX 202 - WireBox Dependency Injection & AOP (February 21-22nd)

Instructor: Luis Majano (Creator of WireBox)

CBOX-202 is one of our advanced courses that focuses on WireBox, our dependency injection framework. In this course you will learn all about dependency injection, inversion of control principles, object de-coupling, compositions, and object messaging, mocking and testing with WireBox. Our focus is in learning what problems dependency injection solves and how to apply it with WireBox.

Please remember that this course is not focused on ColdBox, but on WireBox dependency injection.  WireBox is a standalone library for dependency injection and AOP for ColdFusion and it can be used with any framework or no framework at all.

CBOX 203 - ColdBox Modules (February 21-22nd)

Instructor: Curt Gratz (Team ColdBox)

CBOX-203 is one of our advanced courses dealing with ColdBox Modules, Architecture and Modularization spread in 2 intense training days. In this course you will learn all about modular architecture, planning and the power behind ColdBox Modules. You will have both theory and hands-on workshops that will sharpen your skills and challenge you.

CBOX 204 - Testing, Mocking, Stubbing, oh my! (February 23rd)

Instructor: Luis Majano & Curt Gratz

CBOX-204 is one of our advanced courses that focus on testing principles, TDD (Test Driven Development), mocking and ColdBox application testing. In this 1-day course you will be exposed to testing theory, types of tests, working with MXUnit, application testing, tools of the trade and finally learn about Mocking and Stub objects. You will have both theory and hands on workshops that will sharpen your skills and challenge you.

Please note that this course focuses on testing principles, MXUnit and mocking.



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