Instructor-led online courses for Software Developers
If you have strong desire to learn the cutting-edge modern web development and are looking for structured, code intensive, and down-to-earth learning experience, we would be happy to help. Instructor-led online courses for software developers conducted by Bipin Joshi on weekends. Get in touch with our web team for registration and more details.

Instructor-led Online Course Schedule

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Complete ASP.NET Core 3.1
Dates :   9, 16, 23 February 2020, 1, 8 March 2020
Timing :   8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IST)
Mode :   Five Sundays | Online
Fees :   Rs. 10,000 per participant
Registration Open
Complete ASP.NET Core 3.1
Dates :   1, 8, 15, 22, 29 December 2019
Timing :   8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IST)
Mode :   Five Sundays | Online
Fees :   Rs. 10,000 per participant
Registration Closed

Salient Features

Quality training at reasonable fees
Lots of hands-ons with real-world examples
One-to-One / small groups to ensure personal attention and quality
Certificate of course completion
FREE after training support through dedicated discussion forum


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About the Trainer ~ Bipin Joshi

Bipin Joshi is an independent software consultant and trainer from Thane (Mumbai), India. Having embraced the Yoga way of life he is also a yoga mentor, meditation teacher, and spiritual guide to his students. He is a prolific author and writes regularly about software development and yoga on his websites. He is programming, meditating, writing, and teaching for over 25 years. Bipin is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a former Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). To know more about him go here.

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Posted On : 20 Jan 2020
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Posted On : 13 Jan 2020
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Posted On : 06 Jan 2020
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Posted On : 23 Dec 2019
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