|By Jason Bloomberg||
|July 6, 2014 12:42 PM EDT||
Jason Bloomberg will be running his new architecture course, The Bloomberg Agile Architecture Certification Course, in Seattle on August 13 – 15. The early bird discount expires July 13, so this week is the best time to register.
The three-day Bloomberg Agile Architecture™ Certification course is the sequel to Jason Bloomberg’s groundbreaking Licensed ZapThink Architect SOA course, which he ran for over eight years for ZapThink, certifying over 1,700 architects. Now, as president of Intellyx, Bloomberg has put together an all-new curriculum that covers today’s SOA and RESTful approaches, and then goes well beyond SOA to explain today’s cutting-edge approaches to architecting for agility in the enterprise.
He will also be running the course in Dubai 9 – 11 September, Sydney 15 – 17 September, Washington DC October 1 – 3, and London 14 – 16 October.
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