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18 04 2011

Inspirtech produces video based SolidWorks Training. Inspirtech training combines the knowledge of SolidWorks Certified Professionals and qualified teachers, to create a structured training solution, rich with examples and exercises. Course material is structured in such a way that each topic can be either thoroughly examined or quickly understood, based on the student’s aptitude. Lessons at Inspirtech are delivered in a unique hybrid approach to highlight the advantages of both download and streaming lesson formats. All example and exercise files can be download directly into the SolidWorks design library to offer students with instant access to completed examples as well as starting point files. Course content is then delivered though a web-based learning management system. By delivering content through a web-based solution Inspirtech can allow users to review training at any PC with web access without the need for a SolidWorks installation. For users who wish to access training on the go a DVD-Rom Edition is also available. The complete set of lessons retails for .95 for Web-access only or 9.95 for Web-access plus a DVD-Rom. Schools and Students can also find academic pricing for the 2008/2009 year. FEATURES: * Each example and excercise has a Video and an example file. * Menu navigation to on all videos * Live Online Support to assist costumers * Structured lessons to guide users through the basics * Schools can track student progress BENEFITS: * Students can
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Google Tech Talk October 21, 2009 ABSTRACT Even Better Than the Real Thing – Lessons Learned from Testing GWT Applications. Presented by Nicolas Wettstein at the 4th Annual Google Test Automation Conference, October 21st, 22nd, 2009, Zurich, CH Web applications are hard to write and even harder to test. GWT – the Google Web Toolkit – simplifies these tasks to some extent and there are still pitfalls that make GWT applications hard to test. This talk will discuss the most important pitfalls and demonstrate how they can be avoided. Bio: Nicolas joined Google in May 2007. He has contributed to various projects as a specialist for developer testing. His focus includes developing testing tools, conducting performance studies, and advising software developers on writing testable code. He is currently based in Sydney, Australia and works on Google Wave. Nicolas holds a Dipl. Informatik-Ing. degree from ETH in Zurich and joined Google with several years of testing experience acquired in Zurich at Esmertec AG and Greenliff AG.


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18 04 2011
internettopmentor

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18 04 2011
AnthonyMarchenko

Good material about WHAT he talking about, but dont sure about HOW.

18 04 2011
asnanior

I can’t say I’m impressed by the sound quality of the GTAC talks.

18 04 2011
Impact759

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