Webucator began offering Java training in 2004. The first Java class we delivered was a one-day Java Web Services class for a small software company in Atlanta, GA. Since then, we have taught Java programming to more than 3,000 students in more than 300 private Java classes for more than 100 different organizations, ranging from small companies to large universities and government departments. Our average class size for a private Java class is 11 students, but we have delivered private Java classes for as few as three students and as many as 60. Unlike most of our classes, the larger Java training sessions tend to be seminar-style classes with less opportunity for hands-on exercises. For our regular Java classes, which include a lot of opportunity to practice what you’re learning, we generally recommend keeping the class size to under 15 students. But each class is different. If you engage Webucator for private Java training, you will have the opportunity to work out the details, including any necessary customizations, with an expert Java instructor before the class takes place.
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Webucator began offering public live online Java classes at the end of 2005, almost exactly one year after we started offering private Java classes. Our first live online Java class had just one student in it, an employee in IT Enterprise Applications at a university in Indiana. At the time, there were very few opportunities to take an online course with a live Java instructor. This student had just finished learning XSLT from videos on DVDs. Now there are many other training companies that offer Java classes with live online instructors, but to our knowledge, no other company offers as large a schedule of Java courses and Webucator is still the only training company that will guarantee to run our Java classes even if we just get a single student in them. In fact, our average public live online Java class has between two and three students in it. While some classes are larger than that, classes are always small enough so that each student has the opportunity to get plenty of personalized attention. In the more than 10 years that we have been providing online Java classes, we have trained more than 1,000 Java developers.
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In September, 2011, we delivered our first private live online Java class for 10 Java programmers from a global software security company. The students were highly experienced "shrink wrap" software developers, but they were new to Java. As they got through the introductory Java material quickly, our trainer customized the class based on questions and feedback from the students. According to Keith Lineberry, a software architect in the class, the trainer "did a great job meeting our needs!" Since then, we have delivered many private live online Java classes. If you have a dispersed group of developers who need to learn Java or do not have a training room available in your offices, private online training could be a good option for you.
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