Lets's Talk Computers - AppDev  May 1, 2004
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Interview on May 1, 2004
Latest Training     Guest: Craig Jensen and Ken Getz
AppDev is a technical learning company nationally recognized for providing in-depth, real-world content in multiple formats to IT professionals and computer users. Recognized as the "Best Instructor-Led Training" in the country for the second year in a row (Readers Choice Award, Visual Studio Magazine, 2004), AppDev training comes complete with instructor presentations, code walkthroughs, hands-on lab exercises, pre- and post-tests and printable courseware.

President and CEO Craig Jensen with noted author and trainer Ken Getz discuss the new Power Suites available from AppDev including suites for C# .NET or Visual Basic .NET, SQL Server, XML, and Visual Studio.
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