Design Patterns Training Classes in Albany, New York
Learn Design Patterns in Albany, NewYork and surrounding areas via our hands-on, expert led courses. All of our classes are offered on an onsite, online and public instructor led basis. Here is a list of our current Design Patterns related training offerings in Albany, New York: Design Patterns Training
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Course Directory [training on all levels]
- .NET Classes
- Agile/Scrum Classes
- Ajax Classes
- Android & IOS Classes
- Blaze Advisor Classes
- C Classes
- C# Classes
- C++ Classes
- Cisco Classes
- Cloud Classes
- CompTIA Classes
- Crystal Reports Classes
- Design Patterns Classes
- Foundations of Web Design & Web Authoring Classes
- Git, Jira, Wicket, Gradle, Tableau Classes
- Java Programming Classes
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course schedule [we are always working]
- CPEH: Certified Professional Ethical Hacker
12 June, 2017 - 16 June, 2017
- 20484: Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using C#
22 May, 2017 - 26 May, 2017
- 55049: PowerPivot, Power View
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1 May, 2017 - 2 May, 2017
- PMP Certification Preparation
22 May, 2017 - 26 May, 2017
- 20487: Developing Windows Azure and Web Services
15 May, 2017 - 19 May, 2017
- See our complete public course listing
Blog Entries publications that: entertain, make you think, offer insight
C# PROGRAMMING –MAIN DESIGN GOALS
C# is a popular programming language these days, and it was designed from inception to provide a simple, clean, general purpose programming language for those intending to work within the confines of Microsoft’s .NET framework. Since then, it has been approved as one of the standard languages by both ECMA and ISO, making C# programming an essential tool in every programmers’ kit.
Different languages have different uses and specialties, and C# was designed for programmers to be able to use it to create different components for use in software that would be deployed and distributed en masse, to live use environments. This means that designers had to really put an emphasis on making the actual source code extremely compatible and portable. Those already familiar with C or C++ should definitely notice this emphasis.
Another particular point of emphasis during design was focus on internationalization of the language; it was intended from inception to be available all over the world, and to see all sorts of different implementations based on variance in regional programming technique. The resultant use should help the language develop sophistication as it is refined throughout different versions.
Applications are becoming more and more sophisticated as languages such as Python open the doors to the world of programming for people who have the creative vision but always felt actually writing code was beyond their grasp.
A large part of any programs success is based on how well it can react to the events which it has been programmed to understand and listen for.
A good example of an event would be when the user clicks a button on the applications window. What happens when that button is clicked?
Well, the first thing that happens is the operating system sends out a message to let any listening software know that the button was clicked. Next, your application needs to do something in response to that event.
Disruptive technologies such as hand-held devices, cloud computing and social media are rattling the foundations upon which traditional businesses are built. Enterprise customers have grown smarter at ensuring the latest technological trends work in their favor. Everyone is trying to zero in on their core competencies by employing commodity services to run their business.
Likewise, enterprise application vendors need to zero in on their core competencies and enhance more value to the businesses of their clientele by leveraging standards-based commodity services, such as IaaS and PaaS, provided by leaders in those segments (e.g. Amazon EC2, Google Cloud Platform etc.).
What else enterprises need to do is learn to adopt new and emerging technologies such as cloud, utility and social computing to build on them to penetrate new market avenues.
New small and medium-sized entrants into the market are constantly challenging enterprises given their ability to rapidly turnaround and address the requirements of the customers in a cost-effective manner. Additionally, these new advancements also affect how enterprises create, deploy, and manage solutions and applications. If you take the example of Force.com, for instance, you find that it’s a common war zone for enterprise application vendors to furnish SME markets with their applications, with the new entrants mostly having an edge.
Is it possible for anyone to give Microsoft a fair trial? The first half of 2012 is in the history books. Yet the firm still cannot seem to shake the public opinion as The Evil Empire that produces crap code.
I am in a unique position. I joined the orbit of Microsoft in 1973 after the Army decided it didn't need photographers flying around in helicopters in Vietnam anymore. I was sent to Fort Lewis and assigned to 9th Finance because I had a smattering of knowledge about computers. And the Army was going to a computerized payroll system.
Bill and Paul used the University of Washington's VAX PDP computer to create BASIC for the Altair computer. Certainly laughable by today's standards, it is the very roots of the home computer.
Microsoft became successful because it delivered what people wanted.
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|NYSE Euronext, Inc.||New York||Financial Services||Securities Agents and Brokers|
|Anderson Instrument Company Inc.||Fultonville||Manufacturing||Tools, Hardware and Light Machinery|
|News Corporation||New York||Media and Entertainment||Radio and Television Broadcasting|
|Philip Morris International Inc||New York||Manufacturing||Manufacturing Other|
|Loews Corporation||New York||Travel, Recreation and Leisure||Hotels, Motels and Lodging|
|The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America||New York||Financial Services||Insurance and Risk Management|
|Jarden Corporation||Rye||Manufacturing||Manufacturing Other|
|Ralph Lauren Corporation||New York||Retail||Clothing and Shoes Stores|
|Icahn Enterprises, LP||New York||Financial Services||Investment Banking and Venture Capital|
|Viacom Inc.||New York||Media and Entertainment||Media and Entertainment Other|
|Omnicom Group Inc.||New York||Business Services||Advertising, Marketing and PR|
|Henry Schein, Inc.||Melville||Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Biotech||Medical Supplies and Equipment|
|Pfizer Incorporated||New York||Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Biotech||Pharmaceuticals|
|Eastman Kodak Company||Rochester||Computers and Electronics||Audio, Video and Photography|
|Assurant Inc.||New York||Business Services||Data and Records Management|
|PepsiCo, Inc.||Purchase||Manufacturing||Nonalcoholic Beverages|
|Foot Locker, Inc.||New York||Retail||Department Stores|
|Barnes and Noble, Inc.||New York||Retail||Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores|
|Alcoa||New York||Manufacturing||Metals Manufacturing|
|The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.||New York||Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Biotech||Personal Health Care Products|
|Avon Products, Inc.||New York||Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Biotech||Personal Health Care Products|
|The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation||New York||Financial Services||Banks|
|Marsh and McLennan Companies||New York||Financial Services||Insurance and Risk Management|
|Corning Incorporated||Corning||Manufacturing||Concrete, Glass, and Building Materials|
|CBS Corporation||New York||Media and Entertainment||Radio and Television Broadcasting|
|Bristol Myers Squibb Company||New York||Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals and Biotech||Biotechnology|
|Citigroup Incorporated||New York||Financial Services||Banks|
|Goldman Sachs||New York||Financial Services||Personal Financial Planning and Private Banking|
|American International Group (AIG)||New York||Financial Services||Insurance and Risk Management|
|Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.||New York||Business Services||Advertising, Marketing and PR|
|BlackRock, Inc.||New York||Financial Services||Securities Agents and Brokers|
|MetLife Inc.||New York||Financial Services||Insurance and Risk Management|
|Consolidated Edison Company Of New York, Inc.||New York||Energy and Utilities||Gas and Electric Utilities|
|Time Warner Cable||New York||Telecommunications||Cable Television Providers|
|Morgan Stanley||New York||Financial Services||Investment Banking and Venture Capital|
|American Express Company||New York||Financial Services||Credit Cards and Related Services|
|International Business Machines Corporation||Armonk||Computers and Electronics||Computers, Parts and Repair|
|TIAA-CREF||New York||Financial Services||Securities Agents and Brokers|
|JPMorgan Chase and Co.||New York||Financial Services||Investment Banking and Venture Capital|
|The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.||New York||Media and Entertainment||Newspapers, Books and Periodicals|
|L-3 Communications Inc.||New York||Manufacturing||Aerospace and Defense|
|Colgate-Palmolive Company||New York||Consumer Services||Personal Care|
|New York Life Insurance Company||New York||Financial Services||Insurance and Risk Management|
|Time Warner Inc.||New York||Media and Entertainment||Media and Entertainment Other|
|Cablevision Systems Corp.||Bethpage||Media and Entertainment||Radio and Television Broadcasting|
|CA Technologies, Inc.||Islandia||Software and Internet||Software|
|Verizon Communications Inc.||New York||Telecommunications||Telephone Service Providers and Carriers|
|Hess Corporation||New York||Energy and Utilities||Gasoline and Oil Refineries|
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The Hartmann Software Group understands these issues and addresses them and others during any training engagement. Although no IT educational institution can guarantee career or application development success, HSG can get you closer to your goals at a far faster rate than self paced learning and, arguably, than the competition. Here are the reasons why we are so successful at teaching:
- Learn from the experts.
- We have provided software development and other IT related training to many major corporations in New York since 2002.
- Our educators have years of consulting and training experience; moreover, we require each trainer to have cross-discipline expertise i.e. be Java and .NET experts so that you get a broad understanding of how industry wide experts work and think.
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