The amazing adventures of Doug Hughes

Ok, so that’s not true. But, whether you know it or not, Alagad is teaching two full-day classes before the CFUnited 08 conference. Jared is teaching “ColdFusion’s AJAX Advantage,” a class on ColdFusion’s AJAX features. I’m supposed to be teaching “Introduction To Model-Glue,” a one-day crash course to help developers new to Model-Glue get started.

Unfortunately, though Jared leads the rest of the classes in registrants, my Model-Glue class has no registrants yet. (Thus everyone already knows Model-Glue?) At this point it looks like the class will be canceled. This is bad and good. It’s bad because I apparently did a bad job of marketing the class. But it’s good because it frees up an already-committed room at the conference where I can teach you whatever you might want to know about ColdFusion and most ColdFusion frameworks.

At this point I’m wondering if there are any companies who would like customized training on any particular topic for their team? I’m happy to take a class of, perhaps 6 people and teach them the Model-Glue content and tailor it to their needs or to teach them something else entirely.

We’re also evaluating changing the topic and having Mike Brunt teach a full day class on load testing and performance tuning applications.

I’d like to get your feedback on what you or your company might pay $450 per person for. What’s does your company need help with?

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