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JBOSS training, worth it ?

 
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Hi there,

I am thinking about getting some EJB/Hibernate training. I found "JBoss and EJB3 for Java Developers" and "JBoss - Hibernate Essentials", however if I go I can only pick one since I will be paying most of the expenses.

Have any of you guys attend any this classes ? Is it worth it ? Which one will you recommend ? They are quite pricey.

Thanks in advance,

Geoff
 
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Yes, I think I am worth it. I have attended both classes, er taught both classes. If you had to choose between the two, I would recommend Hibernate Essentials.

Mark
 
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Thanks Mark!
 
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