Ayende @ Rahien

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My name is Oren Eini
Founder of Hibernating Rhinos LTD and RavenDB.
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RavenDB Training

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Demand for RavenDB training has been going up, and we are actually running around (pretty much world wide) trying to catch up.

After completing a course in Stockholm a couple of weeks ago, we have a new course in Stockholm in October, which you can register to using the following link.

I’ll also be doing a course in Munich, Germany, early next month. You can register to that here.

And, of course, we have the already scheduled courses, I mean, just take a look:

And on top of that, we have been doing some really cool stuff that I can’t hardly wait to talk about this, as part of our upcoming 1.2 release for RavenDB.


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Ioni

Hey Oren, any chance to give a workshop in Argentina?

Ayende Rahien

Loni, That depend, if we can have enough people show interest, I don't see why not.

Radenko Zec

Hi there. Maybe you could provide us with some useful videos from your upcoming presentations ?

Ayende Rahien

Radenko, We usually record the user group / presentation, sure. We don't usually record the courses.

Afif

Hi Oren, Any chance you will be travelling down under for training in Australia?

Christian Deger

Hi Oren, I believe the workshop in Munich starts on Monday, 02 July 2012 and the tickets names and dates on the eventbee link for that event seem to be wrong.

Ayende Rahien

Christian, Thanks for noticing, you are correct. The actual dates are 2 - 3 July, and the RavenDB site was in error.

Ayende Rahien

Afif, We can certainly try to arrange something like that, sure.

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