April, 2005 Session – Biz Talk Server Training and .NET Integrated Applications

Dear Developer,

You have heard about it and now it is time to learn about it. Microsoft and HP have worked together to bring you training on Microsoft Biz Talk Server 2004.  Through the HP Virtual Classroom, Microsoft Developer Readiness wants to help you learn more about Biz Talk Server; specifically designed for developers.

Register for one of the two sessions in April and you can be trained on Biz Talk Server Training.  You will learn and experience the new features and functionality of the product over 3 days of training.

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Biz Talk Server and .NET Integrated Applications

April 25th, April 26th and April 27th from 1PM-5PM EST

303674Use this Event ID when registering

http://www.hp-microsoft.net/biztalk/

You can only register for 1 event.  Limited space is available. 

Deadline is April 22nd

Session 2:         

Date:

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Biz Talk Server and .NET Integrated Applications

April 27th, April 28th and April 29th from 8AM-12PM EST

303675Use this Event ID when registering

http://www.hp-microsoft.net/biztalk/

You can only register for 1 event.  Limited space is available. 

Deadline is April 22nd

Welcome to the new wave in training.  We hope to see you in the Virtual Classroom in one of these two sessions.  And look for more sessions on different topics in April, 2005.

Thank you,

Microsoft and HP

Biz Talk Server Training Course Description:

This instructor led course will teach basic concepts and strategies for developing EAI and B2B integration solutions using BizTalk Server 2004. Content will include presentation materials and instructor facilitated labs. Students will also receive a workbook containing notes and links to additional online references.

At course completion students will be able to:

Define the core concepts, terminology, and scenarios for business process integration solutions.

Identify the services, components, technologies, and tools required for an EAI, B2B, and business process management (BMP) solution.

Use the BizTalk project system to create basic schemas, maps, pipelines, and orchestrations.

Identify strategies for creating a proof of concept program.