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Volume 9.3                                                  October 1998
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Oct 98 - Mar 99
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Three New Courses Now Available
 305 Introduction to BASIC Programming
For those of you who have never programmed before and suddenly find yourself responsible for doing it...

This five-day introductory programming workshop is designed for those individuals who have had little or no programming experience.  Upon completion of this course, attendee will have the required knowledge level to attend an appropriate intermediate 315 programming course. Includes a copy of the text, "Pick/BASIC: A Programmer's Guide"

For more information, visit http://www.jes.com/cd/305.html.

 
 250mnt mv.BASE for Windows NT
 
This three-day course teaches the mv.BASE and Windows NT administrator the basics of how to manage all aspects of the mv.BASE system. This includes: relationship between NT and mv.BASE, mv.BASE installation and configuration, file system layout, database management, administration of devices, users, and sessions, network concepts including ‘dumb’ terminal application support, client/server interaction from both telnet and OCX/API considerations, use of mv.TERM, telnet and wIntegrate sessions, mv.BASE/NT interaction with regard to Virtual Memory Storage Files (VMSF) and Virtual Tape Files (VTF), information about the Software Developers Kit (SDK) and its interface to client applications.

For more information, visit http://www.jes.com/cd/250mnt.html.

 850sb SB+ Fundamentals
This course is designed for those individuals who are interested in System Builder’s comprehensive applications development toolbox.

For more information, visit http://www.jes.com/cd/850sb.html.

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