“The best course I ever attended: High knowledge of the trainer. Very helpful information, which could be used in real life. Exercises allowing to see the real life problems and the way how the problems should be solved - step by step. Introduction to open source / free tools which allow to monitor and diagnose quickly performance problems of the application.”
- Rafal Zablocki, ING Nationale-Nederlanden, participant of "Become Proficient in Java Performance Tuning" with Kirk Pepperdine( via kodewerk )
"Bravo! RCP, OSGi, etc, can be a complicated subject. Although someone might approach it with apprehension, it will not be long under the Eppleton supervision that you feel right at home. I was greatly appreciative of the fact that Eppleton takes great care in their students. Because of this concern the material was well prepared, well understood, and inspiring. Once I finished the class I was excited to get back home to start my first Netbeans platform application. Toni was the instructor and it it apparent in his style that he is not only knowledgeable, but passionate about the subject material. Thank you for the great experience." Richard Lowe / AlphaLoewe GmbH about NetBeans Platform Training, Munich.
"Thank you for this invaluable opportunity to learn from the world's experts on the NetBeans Rich Client Platform. For anyone intending to work in this area I would highly recommend spending some time with various books and tutorials and then attend this course. It will help cement your understanding and aquaint you to many valuable resources.", Participant NetBeans Platform Training in San Francisco.
"Finally, the obtuse parts of the NetBeans Platform make sense to me now!", Participant NetBeans Platform Training in San Francisco.
"It was extremely pleasent and "efficient" in the way that we covered a lot of concepts and functionality in a short period of time. Should we have done this ourselves using text books and material found on the web we would have used a lot of man hours and probably not getting it "right". Why ? Because in such a complex machinery as the Netbeans Platform it is 1000 ways to program a certain functionaliy and to be led on the right "path" in the start is very important. It will still be a steep learning curve for us after the course - but as a Norwegian saying goes: "A good start is half done!"
On behalf of the IMR-team I would like to thank Geertjan and Toni.", Trond Westgård, NetBeans Platform Training at IMR Bergen.