Busy Dev Team That Needs Education?
We provide training for client application development staff with minimal time away from current initiatives.
Training topics are segmented into a series of 60-minute Module webinar lectures that are accessible from your own workplace location.
Following the lecture, attendees have the remainder of the day to complete hands-on exercises. Questions can be asked and will be answered before the next Module lecture session begins.
Attendees should only expect to commit an average of two hours per day of training
to minimize time impact on open projects.
Training Track Topics
Microservices Architecture & Platform Track
Introduction To Blockchain
Introduction To Hyperledger Fabric
ECMA 6 Fundamentals
Beginning Java Track
Developer Tooling Track
STS Eclipse Fundamentals
Keyhole educators possess tangible, hands-on experience in the topics instructed. Module mentors and trainers are actual expert “doers,” not just those who speak about it. This expert-led educational approach allows the educators to draw from their own implementation experience and instruct the personally-tried-and-true approaches.
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“With Keyhole, it’s not like people sitting in straight lines and someone at the front lecturing – they’re sitting down at the table talking with us. Keyhole helps bridge the knowledge gap between [client]’s staff, whose job is to have a skill set to run the business, and the leading-edge technology Keyhole has exposure to.”Sr. IT Manager, Financial Firm
“Fantastic presentation. The speaker was well prepared and very knowledgeable on the content. He purposely made errors (told us in advance) to show us the type of errors we would encounter and how to correct them. Very helpful and very informative presentation with a real-world (not-another-task-list) demo.”Software Developer, Angular 2 In Action Keyhole Event Attendee
“Not being a front end developer at all, this is the first front end demo I’ve been to where I actually walked away feeling like I could go home and write the code and not get super frustrated. Very informative, simple enough for a beginner, but covered what I would consider some more complex implementations.DevOps Engineer, User Group Presentation Attendee