October 22 2013

AVIO Consulting is offering a $500 discount off the AVIO Academy self-paced online Oracle BPM 11g Developer Workshop.  This offer is valid until the end of November 2013.

If you're interested in this self-paced, on-demand version of the Developer Workshop, you can register and get started today by going to http://www.avioconsulting.com/training/avio-academy/virtual-training/a-211v and clicking the "Register for Workshop" button.  Once you've added your new account information, you can sign up for the class on the virtual training environment:

  1. Click the Catalog tab
  2. Add the "A211v Oracle BPM 11g Developer Workshop" to your shopping cart by clicking the Add to Cart button that is below the class (ignore the price beside it)
  3. Click the green shopping cart button on the top of the page.
  4. Enter "DEV2013" in the coupon field and click the Apply button.
  5. Click the Continue button and enter your credit card information.

This self-paced Developer Workshop is unique Oracle BPM training because of its flexibility and content:

  • Unlike other classes, it is on demand.  There isn't a formal start and end date.  You have two weeks to complete it. Once you register, you can view the videos and do the hands-on lessons any time your schedule permits during the two weeks
  • The online videos teach both the core concepts and best practices in Oracle BPM 11g.
  • The 14 hands-on lessons and quizzes all reinforce the best practices and ensure that you will leave with the knowledge you’ll need on your first Oracle BPM project. Each of the hands-on lessons provide easy to follow detailed step-by-step instructions.
  • No time is wasted installing software. You do the hands-on portion of the lessons using a pre-installed development environment running on the cloud that we provide. You have access to the environment for two weeks.
  • I am an Oracle Ace and Oracle BPM 11g implementation certified.  I'll answer your questions and assist with the lessons during the two weeks.

About the Author

Dan Atwood

Dan has more than sixteen years of experience in all phases of design, development, and implementation of software applications using BPM. He has developed Oracle BPM, BAM, business rule and integration solutions for financial services, insurance, food cooperative, and telecommunications clients.

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