Business software company Progress wants to make sure developers are fully equipped to exploit its enterprise app development platform, and has announced the Progress Academy, an education program set to start in the near future.
The four-week courses will train developers how to get the best from Progress OpenEdge, guiding them them through the complete process, from designing, building, and testing a business app using the platform.
Progress has announced the Progress Academy to train developers to use its OpenEdge platform
Jerry Rulli, CEO at Progress, said
“According to feedback we’ve received from our customers and partners, well-trained, highly qualified Progress OpenEdge developers are in demand. Affordable and easy access to training is an important element in our efforts to help our global user community use, grow and thrive with Progress products. That’s why we are excited to offer Progress Academy to our customers and partners. Our goal is to make the process of learning and using Progress products as fast, affordable and frictionless as possible.”
Progress will run three or four courses each year, and hold them in both North America and Europe, with each being run by senior consultants and experienced developers. Students will be given access to the Classroom Edition of Progress OpenEdge Developer Kit, plus a downloadable version, and all the provided course material.
OpenEdge is used by 50,000 businesses, boasts more than four million users, and has been used to build more than 6,000 enterprise apps. To enquire about spaces and costs, contact Progress directly through its website here.